Absolutor linear preamplifier

The intriguing Absolutor preamplifier in white.  Designed in Poland by valve-guru Andrzej Markow and built by Wojciech Korpacz whose obsession with this preamp resulted in 3 years of work on its design and the eventual formation of his own company to promote the Absolutor in its current form.

The Constructor

Put in the very simplest terms, Andrzej Marków shares a similar status in Poland to Shindo-san in Japan. In the underground world of valve enthusiasts he is nothing short of a legend and is widely known for his passion for valves and the way they reproduce music when utilized correctly. He is quite simply a man obsessed with bringing the very best out of any particular circuit and fanatical in his passion for quality.

Andrzej’s attention to detail knows no bounds and rarely does he bring news of new breakthroughs to his fans, but when he does you can rest assured that it is always something very special indeed.

The Preamplifier we have the greatest of pleasure in introducing to you is just such a product. The Preamplifier has taken him many years to optimise and to voice and we are of the mind that this beautiful piece of audio needs absolutely no improvement what so ever.

The Absolutor
For those of you who are searching for perhaps the most perfect of sound in a preamplifier G Point Audio is proud and somewhat humble to present “The Absolutor”.

The Absolutor has been designed for the most discerning of listeners and is the result of alifetime devoted to the subject of music production in absolutely the purest form possible.

The Absoluter is not just sonically transparent, it simply disappears leaving nothing between you and the music but pure, raw emotion.

The Design
First of all The Absolutor is a two box unit wherein the power supply is connected to the main body of the preamplifier by and umbilical chord to minimize any unwanted interaction with the main circuit. The transformer is hand wound by Andrzej Marków himself and likeevery other detail of The Absolutor has been carefully matched and selected with nothing but sonic perfection in mind.

Rectification of the power supply has been given special attention and the Phillips 5 Y3 diode has been used. Further, two cascade rectifiers are fed from completely independent secondary windings and are perfectly balanced to very high tolerances. This painstaking attention to detail has resulted in absolute silence and never before heard transparency.

From the power supply to the output stage of The Absolutor every component has been meticulously chosen and matched to give perfect balancing of the channels.

The valves chosen in the output stage of The Absolutor were the result of three yearscareful and scrupulous comparison to find the very best there is available. The search resulted in the Rayethon 6SH7GT from 1943 Driven by carefully chosen and sourced Russian military 6H8 valves from the fifties which in this exquisite circuit design is used as a voltage supply and a cathode follower.

All earthing in The Absolutor is thoroughly separated with main and signal paths and both channels being completely independent resulting in a no compromise design and sonically perfect preamplifier.