BlueTube Audio announces the launch of BT-6 vacuum tube amplifier.

June 19, 2014

A Vacuum Tube amplifier with built in bluetooth technology hand built and constructed out of all natural materials.

FRANKLIN, Ind., June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — The BT-6 is a vacuum tube amplifier hand crafted in a walnut/cherry hardwood enclosure is reminiscent of craftsmanship from 60 years ago. BlueTube Audio of Franklin, IN is currently funding a Bluetooth enabled Vacuum tube amplifier on the popular crowd sourcing site IndieGoGo. The retro feel of the exposed tubes distinguish a tube amplifier from any other type of audio player. When the lights are turned down, the tubes themselves produce a warm glow that makes this sound-system stand out. “In designing the case we wanted an enclosure that was functional and simply looked awesome.” said Ben, the master craftsman. He hand selects 3/4″ cherry and walnut lumber, laminates them together and hand sands each board. After constructing the enclosures, everything is hand-rubbed with linseed oil and finished off with 3 coats of wood wax that is then buffed to a smooth and durable finish.

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The internal Bluetooth radio is a Class2 16-bit A2DP stereo compliant receiver and features “voice setup” that has a female voice that will verbally walk users through the pairing setup. This system works with any Iphone, android or MP3 player that has a Bluetooth radio.

The optional speakers have matching walnut/cherry cases that incorporate 4″ full range titanium cone speakers that look as good as they sound.

Pre-roders for units can be made immediatlly on the site: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/vacuum-tube-audio-amplifier/x/5573792

Terry, Adam and Ben designed, built, funded and delivered the highly successful ClockOS project 3 years ago and the euqually succesfull BT-4 Amplifier 2 years ago. Now Ben and Adam are back with the BT-6 vacuum tube amplifier. Ben and Adam are brothers with backgrounds in fine arts and product design. The brothers have been working together for a little over two years and couldn’t be happier to be working on specialty projects like the ClockOS and BlueTube amp. Both brothers live in Indianapolis, IN.

Media Contact: Adam Clarkson, BlueTube Audio, 3177384474, adam@bluetubeaudio.com

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