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Blue Circle Audio 'Green' BC301FY preamplifier

Jason Victor Serinus has some news over at Stereophile that is fairly interesting. A pre-amp with housing made of heavy duty pipes, like the ones used in plumbing.

“The BC301FY preamplifier, which looks nothing like other companies’ products, dispenses with the standard aluminum or steel box, engraved logo, designer controls, and other cosmetic frills. Housed in nine ABS cans—a type of heavy-duty plastic commonly encountered in drainage and sewer piping—its packaging is said to reduce consumer cost by over 40%.”

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More info at bluecircle’s product page.

source: Stereophile

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