429.00  (per pair)

The Audiomis T1 preamplifier sets itself apart with its innovative Anti-Matisse Circuit, reduced loop feedback, matrix-compensated power supply, and phase-neutral amplified output. These features contribute to its ability to produce sound with minimal distortion, enhanced clarity, and a natural quality that accurately conveys the spatial and temporal nuances of the original audio material.



Reverse Matisse Circuit

Matisse, deriving its name from the esteemed British electronic engineer Massey, emerged as a significant figure among preamplifier innovations before World War II. Originally conceived as an active back amplifier, it later transformed into advanced high-fidelity amplifier stages. Key attributes encompassed a dual-stage amplification setup, high impedance, utilization of high-gain tubes, and integration of deep loop feedback, culminating in remarkable output capabilities.

Conversely, the "reverse Matisse" paradigm adopts a distinct approach, employing low impedance, low gain tubes for dual-stage amplification, eschewing loop feedback, and optimizing for low DC current output. This configuration significantly enhances compatibility with subsequent stages, exhibiting flexibility towards crystal and digital power stages.

Matrix Compensation Power Supply

Matrix compensation in power supply systems enhances accuracy and stability by employing a matrix algorithm to adjust responses to different load conditions, compensating for cross-talk between components. This method improves accuracy, stability, and reduces interference, ensuring consistent performance even with varying loads or environmental factors. Overall, matrix compensation increases efficiency and reliability, making these systems ideal for applications demanding precision and stability.


Hassle-free audio-visual connections

Traditional Tube Amplifiers encounter two main challenges when designed with only one tube per channel:

  • Limited output and insufficient load capacity, which was less of an issue during the vacuum tube era but becomes problematic in today's transistor and digital circuit-dominated landscape.
  • To increase load capacity for modern setups, it must be configured as an inverted amplifier. This means that when connected to transistor-based later stages, the signal is output in reverse phase, necessitating adjustments to speaker wiring for optimal output.

This device facilitates hassle-free audio-visual connections, a feat conventional preamplifiers often struggle to achieve.


  • Product Model: T1 Vacuum Tube Preamplifier
  • Analog Inputs: 2 x RCA
  • Digital Input: Bluetooth 5.0
  • Audio Output: 1 x RCA
  • Vacuum Tube Model: 6N3
  • Frequency Response: 20Hz—20KHz
  • Total Harmonic Distortion: <0.01% (1KHz@0dBFS)
  • Input Sensitivity: 500mV
  • Output Impedance: 1000 ohms
  • Rated Power: 15W
  • Power Supply: AC220V/50Hz
  • Product Dimensions: Height 49mm * Width 240mm * Depth 150mm
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