These sites are listed in alphabetical order.  Click on a logo, and that site will open in a new browser windows.  If you find any broken or out of date, please let us know
Not tube, per se, but Animusic is an astounding piece of musical and computer animation, and well worth the price of the DVDs
OTS member John runs this fine audio web magazine
An Audio Bulletin Board with all kinds of topics
Audio Enz is New Zealand's autio community's an on-line magazine, with many fine reviews
This page lists several interesting audio links
 Audio Junkies A site where one can "feed the addiction!"
This magazine urges us to "let our rigorous testing and reviews be your guidelines to A/V equipment—not marketing slogans"
Basic Car Audio Electronics This site will help visitors to understand basic electronics and some electronic devices.  It will, of course, also touch on car audio acoustics and car audio equipment
Dan Schmalle's Bottlehead site
Located in Camas, Washington, Classic Tube Audio specializes in vintage (Classic) electronics offering first class service, repairs and restorations of fine vacuum tube electronics.
 Computer Audiophile Computer Audiophile is for people looking to take the next step in their high quality music listening experience and to discuss everything audiophile related in the forums.
DAGOGO (pronounced "dah-go-go") is an online audiophile magazine that aims at highlighting the uniqueness of hi-fi products and illuminating the radiating personalities behind them.
Daily Audiophile provides commentary and links to news, reviews, and articles related to high fidelity audio equipment every weekday from over 100 high-end audio sites and publications
Self-described "projects by the fanatics, for the fanatics," includes a wiki, in a collaborative effort to create the ultimate DIY reference site

DIY Paradise

A Malaysian DIY-er's page
EC Designs develops both analoge and digital equipment, including firmware and software.
A comprehensive list of links to many audio-related web sites, including gear, recordings, publications, and industry news
A discusson forum, pictures, and more.  Cool logo, too
OTS Members Jennifer and Mike offer audio, interconnect, and power equipment "reaching ever upward to the Nth degree of performance" with JENA LABS
With twelve events per year, LAOCAS covers all interests including the latest and newest equipment, vintage and classic gear, top mods to improve stock components, software and equipment swap meets, and latest in amateur and professional recording techniques
Linkwitz makes OTS member Jerry's favorite loudspeakers
A very comprehensive site that describes dozens of vintage and current broadcasting and recording microphones, with pictures and manuals
Mike Miller stocks tens of thousands of vacuum tubes.  Drop him an email for more information
This Museum exists to preserve our heritage of the early days of the electronic age when the wireless set had to warm-up, and, viewed through the perforated back of all electronic equipment, could be seen the dull red glow of the valves inside
Lynn Olson's Nutshell Hi Fidelity features the Amity, Raven, and Aurora amplifiers, the Espressivo headphone amplifier, and the Ariel transmission line speaker
Pacific Northwest Audio Society Thiss Society has been active in the Puget Sound area since 1978
Another on-line publication which calls itself a "music magazine with warped perspectives"
A creative forum for the audio arts
Colorado Audio Society's Rocky Mountain Audio Fest helps expand public awareness of high end audio.  Read about the 2006 event at review 1, review 2, review 3, review 4
Six audio categories, including gear, music, reviews, and more
Sonic Flare is a "Source for Cutting-Edge A/V"
ToneAudio is a self-described e-journal of analog and digital sound.  Bottlehead's Dan Schmalle is a contributing writer
Tubes & Tube Amplifier Parts.  Worldwide Service Neighborhood Prices".  Since 1985
The Tube Collectors Association is established to support and encourage the collection of electron tubes of all types and historical periods.  The TCA provides a forum for sharing information on the development, manufacturing, trends in design, specifications, and historical relevance of electron tubes.  The membership of TCA is dedicated to the non-commercial collection of electron tubes and the preservation of electron tube history
"Amps built by the members of the Vacuum Tube Collective of Corvallis are pieces of folk art, built by hand one at a time out of old loudspeakers, old suitcases, and old vacuum tube amp chassis in order to get old tone. Each is unique- there are no standard models, types, or prices."

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