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post #7096 of 8735
Hi guys

actually I know not the ECC85 it n is not a sorry 12at7! read on a forum the guy all wrong wrong, me too sorry!

the ecc85 is a 6AQ8 it n is not compatible heating must be 9 volts! to work perfectly!


Thanks randytsuch for the link it was d a great relief! anode would be 110 volts so no problem for the E88cc or ecc88 tubes are a cathode common ok!


the heating is 6.3 volt or 6,30 Volt is such ! Therefore the pcc 88 will not work perfectly it should be 7 volts for a tube before 1970 and after 1970 7,6 volt actually it works but not the maximum performance

the tube will last longer long  is all !

' jason site is well done, including at the level of design beautiful j love, is the price of inidescent, but I'm not going to shout it out loud, I know not how it do weird for the USA made? d ' after the picture of the card on the site heating has a transistor to stabilize the voltage, j would have preferred a regulator, this transistor is hyper fragile if the voltage exceeds it likely grilled so I necks advise to take equivalence that Jason has published on its website is nothing d ' other

or after 6 months 1 year the transistor will grilled, the tube also without heating with the high voltage!


tubes the 6BQ7A GE are fully equivalent, is excellent! but it requires roder them + 48 hours medium is thicker, the bass are less accurate but opening and depth make game equal to top Amperex which is my tubes preferred, especially A frame is the best tube in terms of precision, fabulous aeration, guitar strings on a disc waoo! test blue caost collection of the excellent l pregnant son Jean Marie Reynaud including this cd << the ese sessions >>

fabulous American artists << keith greeninger >>, and << jane selkey >> what voices, what votes why have it in France **** !!


Warning I see some who thinks that 4 hours or 48 hours is sufficient to break a tube, all electronics rode even if some do not believe a tube as a sound after 4 hours is 8 hours cela change a new, but after 70 hours the difference can be huge, sometimes the bass, everything depends on the tube! I give a finished running a 200 hours for any tube or transistor device!

I never before made by record 200 hours!
post #7097 of 8735
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Originally Posted by nelamvr6 View Post

Post some pics!

 

Sorry it took a while but proof that the much rumoured , and highly anticipated, Mono Vahalla exists wink.gif

 


Edited by jellofund - 5/7/13 at 5:35am
post #7098 of 8735
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Originally Posted by jellofund View Post

 

Sorry it took a while but proof that the much rumoured , and highly anticipated, Mono Vahalla exists wink.gif

 

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post #7099 of 8735
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Originally Posted by jellofund View Post

 

Sorry it took a while but proof that the much rumoured , and highly anticipated, Mono Vahalla exists wink.gif

 

 

 

 

I like it!!  I think you may start a (tube amp) fashion statement!biggrin.gif

 

Cheers!beerchug.gif

-HK sends

post #7100 of 8735
Here is what says a specialist of the tube that an encyclopedia of the tube in france
 
You * can * try ECC85, others did without any problems, however it is not the exact equivalent of the 6N1P.
Long term, in an SRPP editing that requires a voltage high enough between filament and cathode, I can not say what an ECC85 will become.

The exact equivalent of the 6N1P is the ECC180-6BQ7, which is scheduled for montages cascodes with high between filament and cathode voltage.

A Pcc85 is intended for heating current 300mA, constant voltage of 9V.
With 6, 3V will be completely asleep...

The ECC85 already has an internal resistance almost twice higher than the 6N1P of origin, which brings no benefit instead, but with this tube malnourished, it'll be even worse!

No, it shouldn't if fun to change tubes like that, au petit Bonheur, just because a handyman has done so and has spoken on the net...
Each floor of the amp is designed, planned, for a specific operating point to a few percent close: you can put a tube equivalent, or very close, but with a different tube, it is not enough that the pinout is compatible!

Francis ibres !
post #7101 of 8735
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Originally Posted by tuna47 View Post

Just received orange globes really open up soundstage

 

Speaking of Orange Globes...I just decided to put some tubes up for sale in the next couple of days, including a couple matched pairs of OG and a sweet '59 Valvo D-getter.

 

Of course, I would prefer to sell to a fellow roller and "keep them in the family"...which is why I'm mentioning it here first. smile.gif

 

 

Shoot me a PM if interested and I can send a pic. All quiet and matched pairs with NOS test scores. Prices shipped via USPS, and CONUS only for now.

 

'59 Valvo PCC88 D-getter!  SOLD

'67 Amperex ECC88 Orange Globes  SOLD

'68 Amperex ECC88 Orange Globes  SOLD

 

Also have 3 pairs ('71, '72, '75) Amperex ECC88 orange A-frames  $50/pr

 

Plus another 3 pairs of Matsu****a ECC88 (Mullard tooling)  $40/pr

 

These prices are less than I paid for these. Not trying to make a profit, just want to help a Brotha out. smile.gif


Edited by OldSkool - 5/7/13 at 5:52pm
post #7102 of 8735
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Originally Posted by OldSkool View Post

 

Speaking of Orange Globes...I just decided to put some tubes up for sale in the next couple of days, including a couple matched pairs of OG and a sweet '59 Valvo D-getter.

 

Of course, I would prefer to sell to a fellow roller and "keep them in the family"...which is why I'm mentioning it here first. smile.gif

 

 

Shoot me a PM if interested and I can send a pic. All quiet and matched pairs with NOS test scores. Prices shipped via USPS, and CONUS only for now.

 

'59 Valvo PCC88 D-getter!  $100/pr

'67 Amperex ECC88 Orange Globes  $70/pr

'68 Amperex ECC88 Orange Globes  $70/pr

 

Also have 3 pairs ('71, '72, '75) Amperex ECC88 orange A-frames  $50/pr

 

Plus another 3 pairs of Matsu****a ECC88 (Mullard tooling)  $40/pr

 

These prices are less than I paid for these. Not trying to make a profit, just want to help a Brotha out. smile.gif

Sadly, for ya'll, the 59' D getters are off-the-table.

 

and on mine.

post #7103 of 8735

Finally, my impression on Lorenz 3mica, First of all, Thanks to HK and OS! without these guys sacrifice I can't ever taste of Lorenz 3mica.

 

My short impression, for my ear, it's game over for me.  It's Unbelievable tube!  I also listen with Siemens ecc188, other tubes that I have won't even come close!.

this 3mica, surpass siemens!  musically.

With the lcd2, I felt more muscles and You're in the music top to bottom.

with the hd800, you can hear all the detail like Swiss watch!!! ALSO musical! not warm as lcd2 but the sound that senns bring to the table is

that fantastic soniC. 

 

I know little ambiguous impression, but All i'm saying is that I'm over with tube rolling!!

It was long and difficult hunting of this tube but It worth everything!!!!

 

thanks again!  HK and OS.

post #7104 of 8735
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

Finally, my impression on Lorenz 3mica, First of all, Thanks to HK and OS! without these guys sacrifice I can't ever taste of Lorenz 3mica.

 

My short impression, for my ear, it's game over for me.  It's Unbelievable tube!  I also listen with Siemens ecc188, other tubes that I have won't even come close!.

this 3mica, surpass siemens!  musically.

With the lcd2, I felt more muscles and You're in the music top to bottom.

with the hd800, you can hear all the detail like Swiss watch!!! ALSO musical! not warm as lcd2 but the sound that senns bring to the table is

that fantastic soniC. 

 

I know little ambiguous impression, but All i'm saying is that I'm over with tube rolling!!

It was long and difficult hunting of this tube but It worth everything!!!!

 

thanks again!  HK and OS.


Glad you got to finally hear the Lorenz! Enjoy!! smile.gif

 

Also to update my "tube sale" above, the '59 Valvos and the '68 OG's are sold.

post #7105 of 8735
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Originally Posted by OldSkool View Post


Glad you got to finally hear the Lorenz! Enjoy!! smile.gif

 

Also to update my "tube sale" above, the '59 Valvos and the '68 OG's are sold.

Once again..

 

The glass is flying !!!

post #7106 of 8735
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Originally Posted by gmahler2u View Post

Finally, my impression on Lorenz 3mica, First of all, Thanks to HK and OS! without these guys sacrifice I can't ever taste of Lorenz 3mica.

 

My short impression, for my ear, it's game over for me.  It's Unbelievable tube!  I also listen with Siemens ecc188, other tubes that I have won't even come close!.

this 3mica, surpass siemens!  musically.

With the lcd2, I felt more muscles and You're in the music top to bottom.

with the hd800, you can hear all the detail like Swiss watch!!! ALSO musical! not warm as lcd2 but the sound that senns bring to the table is

that fantastic soniC. 

 

I know little ambiguous impression, but All i'm saying is that I'm over with tube rolling!!

It was long and difficult hunting of this tube but It worth everything!!!!

 

thanks again!  HK and OS.

Gustav !

I am with you 100%.   When you find that valve that's "just right" park the truck.

With me it's the RTC's  The 3mica's are indeed amazing.  Same kitchen, different soup.

 

Only thing that matters is your jaw dropping, a small tear, and the music in your ears.

 

I am delighted for you, I know it's taken some time.

post #7107 of 8735

Hello !!!

 

Someone had best grab those 67' OG's

post #7108 of 8735
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Originally Posted by sceleratus View Post

Hello !!!

 

Someone had best grab those 67' OG's


I was very tempted.

 

Only problem being that I'm outside the US and have spent way too much already on tubes (+ Lyr) recently. Can't complain too much though as I'm enjoying breaking in the Bugle Boys.

post #7109 of 8735
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Originally Posted by jellofund View Post


I was very tempted.

 

Only problem being that I'm outside the US and have spent way too much already on tubes (+ Lyr) recently. Can't complain too much though as I'm enjoying breaking in the Bugle Boys.

You get a Hall Pass.

post #7110 of 8735
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Originally Posted by sceleratus View Post

You get a Hall Pass.

Phew!
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