conrad-johnson ET6 Preamplifier beauty shot

announcing the

This latest rendition of our enhanced triode circuitry incorporates the power supply circuit upgrade from the GAT Series 2 (and subsequently found in the ET7). The ET6 also features upgraded I/O connectors and beautiful new casework.

conrad-johnson et7s2 preamplifier

announcing the ET7-S2 line-stage preamplifier

The ET7-S2 enhanced triode line-stage preamplifier has been designed to incorporate the advances made with the Series 2 upgrade to our flagship GAT into a more affordable model.

conrad-johnson ART150 amplifier

new ART amplifiers

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, conrad-johnson has introduced two new ART amplifiers: the ART150 stereo amplifier and ART300 mono-block amplifier.

conrad-johnson Classic 120

announcing new classic amplifiers

The conrad-johnson design team is committed to adapting the advances from our state-of-the-art pursuits to more affordable offerings accessible to a wider range of music lovers.

announcing the
control amplifier

In many ways the CAV45-S2 is the ultimate embodiment of our design philosophy that simple circuits yield best results.

announcing the
TEA1 Series 3
phono preamplifier

The TEA1 Series 3 triode equalization amplifier is a stand-alone vacuum-tube phono stage designed to satisfy the expectations of the most demanding music lovers.

current products


For more than 4 decades, our vacuum tube preamplifiers have set the industry standard for performance, garnering worldwide acclaim and a place in many a reference system.


Since our first amplifier, the MV75 of 1978, c-j vacuum tube and solid state amplifiers have defined the state of the art. Our line features power amplifiers to fit nearly any requirement.

phono preamps

There’s no denying it: vinyl is back. At conrad-johnson, we never ceased our efforts to extract the utmost in detail and musicality from the ultimate audiophile medium.

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