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The new Palmer DREI triple single-ended amplifier with three output stages is now available.

The Palmer DREI houses several output stages.

  • One: Volume control EL 84,
  • Two: Volume control 6V6,
  • Three: Volume control 6L6GC. Three single ended amps in one device – this means 3 × 5 W, three times the output power of a standard single-ended design

Different tubes can be used in each output stage. An EL84, for example, is designed to sound bright with lots of distortion. A 6V6, on the other hand, has tendency to sound rather stuffy with silky distortion, and the 6L6 has a very special characteristic: it sounds bright at lower volumes and becomes increasingly stuffy with increasing amplification, according to Palmer. Thus the Palmer DREI lets you mix these three different amplifier sounds.

 

All Palmer DREI specifications are available at: www.palmer-germany.com/192–1-drei.html

 

Distributor:

Adam Hall GmbH www.adamhall.com

 

Pricing:

RRP: 1.100,00 €

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