dzntubeamp05 Elekit Tube Amplifier
Elekit Tube Amp

Koichi Futatsumata, a Japanese designer and founder of Case-Real studio, was commissioned by electronics manufacturer EK Japan Co., Ltd. (Fukuoka, Japan) to design an amplifier that will appeal to a younger age bracket. After months at the drawing board, Futatsumata created the Elekit Tube Amp, a vacuum tube hybrid stereo amplifier. Featuring two front-mounted aluminum dials, a low 10 x 10 watt output, tone control stage, typical input and output jacks, the simple and elegant Elekit Tube Amp will no doubt attract many audio enthusiasts.

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dzntubeamp05 Elekit Tube Amplifier
Elekit Tube Amp

Koichi Futatsumata, a Japanese designer and founder of Case-Real
studio, was commissioned by electronics manufacturer EK Japan Co., Ltd.
(Fukuoka, Japan) to design an amplifier that will appeal to a younger
age bracket. After months at the drawing board, Futatsumata created the Elekit Tube Amp,
a vacuum tube hybrid stereo amplifier. Featuring two front-mounted
aluminum dials, a low 10 x 10 watt output, tone control stage, typical
input and output jacks, the simple and elegant Elekit Tube Amp will no
doubt attract many audio enthusiasts.

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Concept pictures

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Elekit Tube Amp front view

“Elekit
traditionally manufacture affordable, high-end audio equipment in kit
form. Fatsumata was commissioned to design an amplifier that would be
sold ready-assembled to appeal to a younger generation.”

Features:

  • Vacuum tube hybrid stereo amplifier
  • Tone control stage / Tubes (2x 6SN7GT), Power amplifier stage / Semiconductors (IC)
  • Rated output power of 10 + 10 Watts
  • Rated power consumption at 38W
  • Rated power source of 100V AC 50-60Hz
  • Rear RCA jacks / 560mV (For component type player), Side mini phone jack / 180mV (For portable music player)
  • Frequency response – 5Hz – 50kHz (-3dB)
  • Features automatic sleep mode (with no input signal)
  • Measures W265 x H103 x D151 (millimeters, including projections)
  • Weighs 2.6kg

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