In fact I think I will roll them now..
Well They are bit lighter on bass then the Schiit 6N1P's but they are much smoother throughout the bass,mids and highs I kinda like them with my EE tube DAC which is a bit highly resolving the GE's have almost a calming sound to my ears
I will have to listen to some 192khz music to see how they handle the higher resolution audio..
Well I listed to some Mozart at 192khz had to up the volume just a tad over the Schitt 6N1p's as the GE's were a bit lower in volume. I like these tubes a lot they have a much smoother presentation then the Schiit 6N1p's the GE's just sound better. I am going to keep these in the Lyr over the Schiit 6N1P's which are just a tad harsh with my setup. Thanks Jamato8 for the recommendation of these tubes.
That is one thing I noticed about the later 6N1P and why I like the 1965 black flat plate I have, they can sound gritty while the 1965 doesn't. There are many versions of the 6N1P though as there is of the Amperex. Even when I get back to Tucson I don't know if I will be able to get to my 6DJ8 types as they are in the back of my storage. I think I have at least 15 pair of the GE grey glass but I would really like to get to the old 6N1P's and some Amperex that are really USSR but the best sounding 6DJ8 I have heard. It is nice that the Lyr shows up the traits of the tubes so well. Some tube circuits don't and you don't really have the influence that you might want or the ability to mold the sound, which to me, is more fun.
Yeah I am really liking the Lyr's ability to show the qualities of the tubes as well . I think I had to much fun ordering tubes my pocketbook this month has a hole hahahah