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Originally Posted by joseph69 View Post
 

 I owned a the Mullard GZ32, and paid $80.00 for it at the time, and thought it was a very detailed tube with good clarity and separation but lacked a bit of warmth…but was well worth the $ compared to some rectifier tubes out there.

 

That's odd. I am getting everything that you mentioned AND the warmth. It's why I rave about them so much - the GZ32 covers pretty much all the sonic bases for me.

 

I have only tried 2 GZ32s and both have been winners. I have 2 more that I am yet to burn in - they might be different (but I hope not).

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Originally Posted by TonyNewman View Post
 

 

That's odd. I am getting everything that you mentioned AND the warmth. It's why I rave about them so much - the GZ32 covers pretty much all the sonic bases for me.

 

I have only tried 2 GZ32s and both have been winners. I have 2 more that I am yet to burn in - they might be different (but I hope not).


 I should have mentioned at the time I was comparing it to the S/P Princess, which IMO was a much warmer sounding tube.

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