During the last one and half years, the engineers at Röcklinger have been working on a new phono amplifier. And now it is time to reveal what they have been up to. It is with pride we present to you the new Röcklinger AURIA. It is built on proven technology from earlier Röcklinger phono amplifiers PHA1 and PHA2. This time it is sounding and looking even better than before. The amplifier will be the first out with a new design line which will be the platform for future amplifier development. Launched in January 2020, available now for purchase.
Check out our upcoming project. The next amplifier out of the Röcklinger factory will be a preamplifier called Röcklinger LEXIA. Expected release in early 2021. Below you see the CAD image and the first assembled prototype.
"We've been listening to an early prototype and it was tumbling well. As always with Röcklinger, it is uncompromising when it comes to linearity, frequency range, flexibility and quality of construction."
- Stefan Bystedt, Akkelis audio
As we at Röcklinger are constantly developing new ampifiers, it is on the other hand time to say farewell and pay tribute to our legacy products. These products will not be manufactured anymore. The following products have served us well as made it possible for us be be where we are now.
Creating the perfect sound requires careful work, technical expertise and a strong will to succeed. Our goal is to deliver high quality audio equipment, true to the original sound and ensure that our customers feel more than satisfied. At Röcklinger we attach great importance to the fact that every detail counts.
Follow our journey on perfecting the art of high fidelity sound.
Input impedance analysis
This is how we at Röcklinger set up LTspice for input impedance analysis
Use a current source with the fixed magnitude of 1 Ampere:
Burst of DC supply
Here is another tip for you to tackle a possible problem with burst of the DC supply. As usual we at Röcklinger are happy to share our knowledge for those interested in detail construction.
Output transformerless links
The first amplifier Röcklinger launched was a headphone amplifer, build with tubes with OTL technique. OTL stands for Output Transformer Less. To learn more what OTL is we share with you some usefull links for the curious.
To measure input impedance
We at Röcklinger always simulate the electrical design first, then we build the circuit, measure and improve the design. This loop continues until we are confident that the final design is flawless. We also like to share and prove our design. So here is a tip on how to simulate input impedance using LTspice.