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if you scroll down i see the 6fd7 option there.

 

http://wooaudio.com/products/wa6se.html

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if you scroll down i see the 6fd7 option there.

 

http://wooaudio.com/products/wa6se.html

Thank you DG, I never looked under the WA6SE, I was looking under the WA6 (being this is the model I own) for the 6FD7 "fat bottle" which are not listed under the WA6, and I never thought to look under the SE model, thank you, appreciate it !!!   

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Joseph I sent you a PM regarding adapters and tubes. Please let me know if you have any questions and I will be glad to help you out and thanks DG for your help with this as well.

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getting rid of most of my tube collection, woo owners wanting some hard-to-find tubes, take a look...

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/696308/huge-tube-sale-5ar4-5r4-5u4-274-rectifiers-6as7g-6080-power-tubes-and-6sn7-6f8g-drivers

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so that first tube comparison thread i've been wanting to make is finally done! 

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/694525/dubstep-girls-massive-5ar4-5r4-5u4g-rectifier-review-comparison-rectifer-tube-rolling-thread

 

Wow, take a week off from Woo-ing and look what I miss!

 

Excellent work DG. 

 

Side note:  Will a WE 422a work in a WA-5?  It isn't listed on the sheet with the acceptable tubes.

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yes it will.

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Originally Posted by Dubstep Girl View Post

getting rid of most of my tube collection, woo owners wanting some hard-to-find tubes, take a look...

http://www.head-fi.org/t/696308/huge-tube-sale-5ar4-5r4-5u4-274-rectifiers-6as7g-6080-power-tubes-and-6sn7-6f8g-drivers

Wow, can't believe you actually doing this...
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Wow, can't believe you actually doing this...

 

i know :(

 

but then I'll be able to buy a new car, looking at this right now...

 

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i know :(

 

but then I'll be able to buy a new car, looking at this right now...

 

That is a great durable car!  Good mileage too.  Go for it DG.  Reselling is SUPER easy.

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I'm more of Honda guy...

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That is a great durable car!  Good mileage too.  Go for it DG.  Reselling is SUPER easy.

 

yes! 

 

i saw it today too, much better than the corolla's of previous years, and the blue is really nice too, huge change overall. the interior is nice too. gotta get the one in the pic though, the sport trim with the fancy blue paint and rims and everything. i don't like the other ones available, too ordinary and plain looking.

 

was also thinking something more expensive, but its probably not worth it, resale value will plummet and will be expensive to maintain, service, gas, insurance, etc....

 

like this.

 

too expensive

 

 

same as above, but nice.

 

more reasonable, but couldn't afford the nicer trims, would be the basic one. the toyota i can get the fully loaded one.

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i know :(

 

but then I'll be able to buy a new car, looking at this right now...

 


Why not get a bike, that way you could still have tubes?

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Get the bumblebee, I'm planning to get the SS version next year.
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Get the bumblebee, I'm planning to get the SS version next year.

 

lol can't afford it.

 

it'd be a very basic 2014 with the V6 or like a used 2012 or something. definitely no SS or the new z28 or anything like that unfortunately.

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was also thinking something more expensive, but its probably not worth it, resale value will plummet and will be expensive to maintain, service, gas, insurance, etc....


I'm going to sound like a parent for 2 minutes...

All cars lose 30% to 50% of their value in the first 4 years, which is why I will not ever buy a new car, ever. You wind up having too much money tied up in something going down in value. Buy a 2-3 year old car with low mileage from Carmax. They will give you a 30-day exchange to protect against anything going wrong, and will fix anything broken on the car at the time of purchase. Pay cash if you can. Loans have a way of sticking around. Let someone else take that 40% loss.

Forgive me for I mean no offense, I am merely passing on what I learned by making bad money decisions for 38 years. The past 8 have been debt free, and your entire world changes when you stop making payments.

Ignore this if it annoys you, I'm offering a suggestion in the kindest way.
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