Only a few days until AES opens the doors. From 16th-18th of October, you'll probably find us in booth 226!Come look for us! Got your badge yet? If not, here’s your opportunity to secure your FREE Exhibits-Plus badge!
We're going to New York in October to exhibit at the AES show! Will you be there? Here you have the opportunity to secure your FREE Exhibits-Plus badge! Hope to see you at our booth, 226!
After last week's presentation of the new LL1545E we have received some questions on grounding issues and on how to connect the transformer.The purpose of an input transformer is to provide unbalanced/balanced conversions, AND to provide galvanic isolation. If the incoming unbalanced cold is connected to the local ground (for instance to the chassis through [...]
The LL1545A is an excellent sounding line input transformer used in both pro audio and audiophile applications. However, one of the frequent critics regarding the LL1545A is the pinout. The fairly small LL1545A has in total 15 pins in two tight rows, and is probably too flexible for most users.In the new version of the [...]
This year we have extended our range of chokes and inductors, and therefore restructured our web page where the chokes are presented. The chokes are separated into four different categories based on operating current. As there is no fundamental difference between chokes intended for power supplies applications or for anode choke applications, anode chokes can [...]
Friday June 21 is Midsummers Eve, the most celebrated day in Sweden. This means that our factory will be closed, as we are busy celebrating this traditional feast!!! For those of you who are not familiar with the Swedish midsummer celebrations, watch this film which will inaugurate you in our hedonic traditions.
Our summer holiday shutdown this year will be between July 8 and August 4. We wish you all a pleasant summer!
On the 6th of June we celebrate the National Day of Sweden! As we are busy eating meatballs, pickled herring, strawberries and drinking snaps our factory will be closed on the 6th and also 7th of June (we need time to recover). We wish you all a great weekend!