Analog audio. You know, that stuff...not digital.
If you want to find a company that lives and breathes it, seek out E.A.T.Jozefina Lichtenneger started manufacturing vacuum tubes in the late '90's. Not long after, she bought an existing company, moved to new facilities outside Prague where they started hand-making KT88's and 300B's. They are now among the world's highest regarded of their type.Her husband, Heinz, is the CEO of Pro-Ject whose vast line of turntables dwarfs that of any other manufacturer. Together, they introduced a line of high end 'tables under the E.A.T. name, first with the Forté and now showcasing eight models with a range of complementary tonearms. A great turntable cries out for a great cartridge and so they now offer the Jo No. 5 and 8.
What better way to highlight the sound of their turntables than with a vacuum tube phono stage? They make three in the E-Glo Series of products.
The newest member of the family is the E-Glo I; a pure Class A tube integrated amplifier. It can be outfitted with handmade EAT KT88's.Analog lovers, rejoice. EAT is here for your every need.