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NAMM 2011: Bugera Announce New INFINIUM Valve Technology
Amp manufacturer Bugera has announced details of its new INFINIUM valve life multiplier technology at this years NAMM.
Years in development, BUGERA's new INFINIUM Valve Life Multiplier technology extends the life of expensive power valves by up to 20 times, saving the end-user money and ensuring the integrity of their amplifier's tone.
The revolutionary circuit monitors the performance of each output tube and automatically balances the drive between them to more evenly distribute the load.
INFINIUM also compensates for the effects of aging by adjusting current levels to keep valves sounding as good as new, even when AC line voltages drop below nominal levels.
INFINIUM Series amplifiers take the guesswork out of tube replacement by illuminating an LED next to a failed tube. The user simply replaces the defective tube without the expense of a trip to the repair shop to have a technician rebias the amplifier.
Expensive matched sets are not required and mixed combinations of 6L6 and EL34 valves can even be used concurrently, opening up an entirely new tonal palette.Posted on 18 Jan 2011 10:27 to category : Instruments News
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