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post #4141 of 6016
Thread Starter 

Glenn's 300 perhaps?????


Nice tubes George, Good Luck.

post #4142 of 6016

Then maybe a nice #26 preamp with filament bias to go along with it.

post #4143 of 6016
Thread Starter 

That sounds like a dream amp.


George is very Lucky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

post #4144 of 6016

 Glenn is always with the ideas that teasing me.   Your also lucky Stavros.   Been the official beta tester for many Glenn's creations.

post #4145 of 6016
Thread Starter 

I am very very lucky for sure.

Glenn is so clever and gifted.


He's family anyway.

Edited by rosgr63 - 6/15/14 at 11:17am
post #4146 of 6016

Some funny looking tubes just came in. :tongue_smile:


post #4147 of 6016
Thread Starter 

Nice tubes, well done.

What do you think of their SQ?

post #4148 of 6016

Pretty good actually. Very detailed and quite neutral. I'm a bit annoyed that the tubes are of different construction though; one has straight slots instead of round holes on the plates, and is shorter than the other. I'm currently speaking to the seller to see if I can get a pair with same construction.

post #4149 of 6016

Yea I don't blame you there.  I know it may be a bit over-obsessive, but I like my tubes to look matched as well.  

post #4150 of 6016

I am pretty sure these were not manufactured by GEC... Does anyone know who made them?


Edit: Oh, I meant to post this in the 6AS7 thread... sorry..... :(

Edited by gibosi - 7/20/14 at 10:42am
post #4151 of 6016

Does anyone have any idea who made these?







These don't look like anything I have ever seen before.....

post #4152 of 6016
Thread Starter 

Mullard never made any 6SN7's.


They look like MOV made B65's.

post #4153 of 6016

Yes, they do. But then I see "MADE IN USA".... so I wonder.....

post #4154 of 6016

I am fairly sure MOV is correct for the maker also could be labelled Marconi, Osram, GEC, MWT, Pretty much at the top of my 6SN7GT list though bass heads might prefer other tubes. Many labelled as CV1988s for the military but also often seen as B65s.

post #4155 of 6016

Also, I think that's CEI aka Calvert, not IEC.


Perhaps they thought that nobody would believe their "Made in England" anymore. ;)

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