JLH / Class A Amp site

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    firestorm

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    Hello,
    Any one know whats happened to :

    www.gmweb.btinternet.co.u....htm#index

    Seems to have disappeared.

    Can some kind soul send me the article on the high current JLH/ ESL version ?

    Thanks

    email is spamail AT gmx DOT net

    yep that is my email!
     
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    try this

    I assume the JLH is John Linley Hood. If so, you could try contacting Sean Williams at Williamshart. (www.williamshart.com)

    I've suggested that, as the power amplifiers he sells are based on a JLH design.

    I've nothing to do with his firm, just met him at a show last year and thought his stuff rocked!
     
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    Thanks for the info Jack. The author of the site has got in contact and I have obtained the info I was looking for.

    Out of interest, what did you go for ?
     
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    Jackthebiscuit Allrise

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    Williamshart

    I use their Seraph 2 speakers which I bought in the ready built form. Heard them 1st off at a hifi show a year or so back and I have to say they were one of the most impressive floorstanders there. There's a lot to be gained going along this route, as you end up getting a speaker that were it to come from say B&W or Kef, would cost 3 or 4 times the amount.
     
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