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Another Tron Atlantic 300B Stereo amplifier delivered today... ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Another Tron Atlantic 300B Stereo amplifier delivered today...Image attachment

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Settling in very nicely Graham; in the nicest possible way I keep forgetting it is there.

They sure do !

Lucky person

Looks beautiful!

Как всегда, оценка отлично!

Introducing the new TRON Atlantic DAC. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Looks great Graham! Very excited to hear all the new products, preamp, DAC, and 300b monos—with Western Electric tubes I suspect?

V nice Mr T. Def want to hear one of these, usual 3 flavours I’m assuming ??

What kind of price range Graham?....

Any new amps in the pipeline?

I am pleased to announce the launch of the new TRON Atlantic valve Pre-amplifier. It was 2 years in development and the audio performance is absolutely amazing. Three versions are available starting at £3500, plus there is a remote control option. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Looks beautiful Graham! What valves are in this preamp? Can’t wait to hear one!

brilliant , look forward to hearing one , good news re remote control

It's gorgeous as always

A sneak preview of the new top panel for the soon to be released Tron Atlantic DAC and Pre-amplifier... ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

A sneak preview of the new top panel for the soon to be released Tron Atlantic DAC and Pre-amplifier...Image attachment

It is just so easy to lose the nuances at the first stage of the amplification and this has driven Graham to work so meticulously on the Syren II as a personal project. Graham handcrafts each Syren II as an act of passion, which takes him nearly 2 weeks full time (over 70 hours of skilled labour). Probably the most difficult stage of amplification in any system is the first as it is dealing with the most sensitive signal, anything lost at this point will disappear forever. The preamplifier has the primary responsibility of preserving the music signal where the key is to maximise the dynamics and minimise any corruption, which will be magnified further down the signal path. Graham's designs are by their very nature simple and concise, using the shortest possible signal path. A circuit board is used in preference to hard wiring because, when executed properly, it is more effective in reducing noise, resulting in a quieter background allowing more musical information to be heard. As with most things it all comes down to the quality and the execution. All circuit boards are not equal; Tron uses 1.6mm thick rigid boards that help stabilise micro resonances. The tracks are made of very high purity copper and elegantly laid out to minimise the length of the signal path.

The Syren II is designed using four carefully divided partitions. These partitions help reduce the disruptive effect of magnetic, mechanical and electrical fields for the critical aspects of the circuit. All the components are oriented spatially to limit interference, and are of the highest quality available. Most are specially made to order and the strip core transformers and chokes are individually hand wound. This guarantees perfect pitch, rich tonal colour, and exposes the subtle timing and harmonic structure of the music, where lesser components corrupt and compress the signal. If you listen to a violin up very close then you can literally hear the harmonious chorus of every tiny resonance, and it is precisely this rich textural musical signature that we are passionate about preserving in combination with the timing and dynamics of the performance, in essence, to deliver the emotion of the music.
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2 months ago

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I thought you’d stopped making them Graham .... love the design 🙂

Graham, These are current products?

Tim Williams

Looks like they will be arriving in time for the launch of our 300B Monos...
If anyone wants a pair let me know and I can get more ordered.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=8D-VxUDVUZU&feature=emb_logoA fifteen inch ribbon of nickel makes the heart of a 300B. See our electron tube staff prepare and apply the special filament coating that makes our famous t...
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3 months ago

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Depends on the cost I’m guessing

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