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 E-Glo I


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Europe Audio Team


Model E.A.T. E-Glo I

Output power 2 × 35 W /4,8Ohm – ultralinear / 2 × 18W /4,8 Ohm – triode mode

Inputs sensitivity 500 mV

Frequency range 10 – 50 000 Hz ±0,5dB / 5 W

Inputs impedance 30 kOhm

Inputs 5x line (RCA)

Harmonic distortion < 0,05 % / 1 kHz, 5 W

Signal-to-noise ratio > 95 dB

Tube complement 1× 12AX7 , 2× 12AT7, 4× KT88

Power 230 V / 50 Hz / 375VA

Dimensions (w × h × d) 435 × 170 × 485 mm

Weight 26kg




Highend integrated tube amplifier with classy sound & look!


E-Glo i is an "All tube" creation that brings the sonic performance of EAT in the category of integrated amplifiers!


    Entirely new topology with pure Class A mode

    High power output tubes KT-88 (Electro Harmonix or EAT)

    Auto bias functionality with cathode feedback

    Instant switching between triode & ultralinear mode

    5 line inputs with gold plated connectors

    PCB technology with "wire to wire" connection quality

    Advanced relay attenuator technology

    Output transformers with ultra wide bandwidth

    Premium capacitors in all strages

    High quality casing with real wood side panels




New technology which does not hurt sonic imaging combines the so-called "wire to wire connections" with PCB techniques to deliver outstanding sound quality. A relay attenuator contains two independent blocks for each particular channel which has improved channel separation. This kind of volume control is being used in competing amplifiers only in a much higher price range. Gain control by 1dB, minimum attenuation of 63dB with a small number of contacts through which the signal passes as possible.

This solution has proven to be the best also in listening and audible tests we had carried out. Deviation between sync of left and right channel of attenuator is lower than 0.05dB, this outclasses even the best potentiometers. This accuracy of the attenuator control delivers excellent playback of the recorded soundstage. One of the most important parts of a tube amplifier, an output transformer, has several bifilar windings which are lined up in sections .to maximise power bandwidth.