John Scott is introduced to the DIMD PP10 and falls a little in love with a Latvian beauty.

“The birth of the DIMD PP10 is a little bit of a love story.  Latvian designer Edgars Spārmins noticed that his wife, a well-known violinist, always seemed to be dissatisfied when listening to music on their stereo system.  With a PhD in physics and a deep love of music himself, Edgars decided to build a valve amplifier for his wife, Marta. She loved it immediately and so Edgars spent another year getting it to look just as he wanted it to.  The result is the elegantly beautiful PP10…”

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