Interview in AudioXpress

I mentioned my 2012 AudioXpress interview in a blog post a few years back, but discovered that I somehow forgot to upload the reprint. I am hereby correcting that error. Interview052012-Stuart...

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Disclaimer & Warning

Tube circuits run on high voltages. High voltages are used to execute prisoners. Get it? If you don’t know exactly what you’re doing at some point, DON’T DO IT! Always try to have someone keeping an eye on you in case of an accident. Read the High Voltage Safety thread at diyAudio.com. If you off yourself, at least have the decency to leave a note to your widow and kids saying that I warned you!

As a consequence of their specialized nature, components used in tube circuits are either expensive, rare, or (unfortunately too often) both. So you want to minimize the number of components reduced to a charred mass. When the inevitable happens, don’t come looking for me to pay for it.