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Originally Posted by mcandmar View Post

The amount of time the led runs really depends on the amount of capacitance in the power supply and the current the LED consumes.  What power supply are you using?

It's the stock PS: Juyn 24V 1.5A switching

But like I said, it does this even if it's not plugged into the power supply.
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Originally Posted by rwpritchett View Post

Hello all,

I've been a V1 owner for about a month now and I've rolled about a dozen tubes so far. I've balanced the left-right pots to ~13.5V. Two quick questions:

#1 Is it normal that the blue LED remains lit after powering off the amp?

#2 I get a slight buzzing in my left channel when music is not playing. It's probably there while music is playing too, but gets drowned out by the other sounds coming through. What component causes this and any recommended fixes?

BTW, some tube notes: my favorites are a 1970 Amperex orange globe A-frame and a 1985 6N23P Voskhod Rocket logo, ECC86 works in this amp, ECC85 does not work

As for the recommended 13.5v, I use that as a starting point but all my tubes were different as to which voltage sounded best. Left and Right were never the same either.

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