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post #3256 of 3264
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Your welcome, don't give up at all, they will definitely settle down after burn-in.

What source/amp/dac are you using?


For the most part, I listen to music I have on Media Center on my computer.  From the computer I go to a FiiO E17 DAC and from the DAC to the WA6.  The tubes in the WA6 are stock.

post #3257 of 3264
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For the most part, I listen to music I have on Media Center on my computer.  From the computer I go to a FiiO E17 DAC and from the DAC to the WA6.  The tubes in the WA6 are stock.

Oh, so you can always do some tube rolling a if they don't settle as much as you would like them too.

post #3258 of 3264

Is tube rolling just trying different tube combinations?

post #3259 of 3264
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Is tube rolling just trying different tube combinations?
Yes, it's just swapping tubes to see how each one change the sound.
post #3260 of 3264

Yes!

post #3261 of 3264

Rolling tubes is fantastic as hell. It's normally super cheap too so it's one aspect of this hobby that is actually pretty cheap. 

post #3262 of 3264
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Rolling tubes is fantastic as hell. It's normally super cheap too so it's one aspect of this hobby that is actually pretty cheap. 

Well…depending on the amp that you have,otherwise it can get expensive!

post #3263 of 3264
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Rolling tubes is fantastic as hell. It's normally super cheap too so it's one aspect of this hobby that is actually pretty cheap. 

:eek:......well, from my experience....it can also drain your wallet  :veryevil:

post #3264 of 3264

Yeah, tell it to the ~700 bucks worth of 6SN7/12SN7s I have... :eek:

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