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Originally Posted by Eee Pee View Post

You are Ken.  And I look forward to hearing it, and put it up against the Vali and Mjolnir.

Done that, with HD 800 & T1 its no competition.
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Originally Posted by MoatsArt View Post
 

I don't belong here, do I? 

 

Will continue to follow the thread with interest, but not post.  Will continue to communicate about my amp directly with Glenn via PM.  It will be the best amp I have ever owned and the centrepiece of my audio gear.

 

Sorry.

 


You are part of our International group, one of the best and friendliest you'll find.

 

Of course you belong here, some of us (ME) are crazy, but we mean well.

 

We openly discuss our thoughts for the better.

 

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Sure you do.  I feel like an outsider too but I still say what I want to say.  You should feel free to do the same, that's why we come here.

 

Agree 100%

 

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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post
 

Every one's welcome in the studio.
We're just not allowed to post inappropriate pics anymore...

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

unless the pics include food!

 

 

 

Hi Steven, does this mean me and George can no longer post photos of the international pole dancing competitions?

Am I banned?

 

David I agree 100% with you!

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I wish to state that I am very, very happy with my new Glenn C3g/SN7 OTL. My only disappointment is that I do not have any 5998s that are quiet enough to take advantage of the enhanced 5998 setting. That said, my 5998s sound very good in the 6AS7 mode. And I suspect that they wouldn't sound any better in comparable amps as they all run 5998s in the 6AS7 mode as well. Further, it's not like the 5998 is the only tube worth running. There are a number of other very good 6AS7/6080 tubes out there. Currently, I am running a Mullard GZ32, GEC 6080 and Lorenz and Siemens C3gs, and grinning ear-to-ear. :)

 

I don't think I could be happier.... And I think I am very, very lucky to have it.

 

You should try a GEC 6AS7G.  That's what sounds best in my Glenn OTL.

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Originally Posted by gibosi View Post
 

I wish to state that I am very, very happy with my new Glenn C3g/SN7 OTL. My only disappointment is that I do not have any 5998s that are quiet enough to take advantage of the enhanced 5998 setting. That said, my 5998s sound very good in the 6AS7 mode. And I suspect that they wouldn't sound any better in comparable amps as they all run 5998s in the 6AS7 mode as well. Further, it's not like the 5998 is the only tube worth running. There are a number of other very good 6AS7/6080 tubes out there. Currently, I am running a Mullard GZ32, GEC 6080 and Lorenz and Siemens C3gs, and grinning ear-to-ear. :)

 

I don't think I could be happier.... And I think I am very, very lucky to have it.

 

You should try a GEC 6AS7G.  That's what sounds best in my Glenn OTL.

How would you compare the GEC 6AS7G to the TS 5998

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Originally Posted by MIKELAP View Post
 

How would you compare the GEC 6AS7G to the TS 5998

 

It is quieter and more detailed.

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In fact, I did try the GEC 6AS7 with the Siemens C3g and found it to be a phenomenal combination. However, given the very high cost of these tubes, and the fact that I have only the one pair, I find myself quite reluctant to use them on a daily basis. To my ears, the GEC 6080s provide a very satisfying compromise between affordability and performance.

 

Edit: Oh, and may I ask what rectifier you are using?


Edited by gibosi - 3/28/15 at 8:54am
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RK-41 or GZ37.
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Originally Posted by dminches View Post

RK-41 or GZ37.

 

Thanks! I have both a GZ33 and a GZ37. Comparing these to the GZ32 is on my to-do list, which seems to be getting longer and longer... lol :)

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I don't know what's more painful,  the moment the stone is moving through the gallbladder duct or the fact you can't eat fatty foods.   The two nights I've been in hospital the thought of loosing pizza, pork chops, and other fatty foods it's more painful than stone moving.   Hopefully I will be out in a couple of days.   Given that I sort out the insurance because I don't have one.   

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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post
 

Hi Glenn,

Clayton and I have done extensive testing.

We determined that the only hum we hear after the first mimosa (or tequila) is coming from Clayton. He does that when he likes the sound!

You should build the amps that make you happy...whatever that is. 


Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Listening to The Sermon! --Jimmy Smith. Courtesy of parbaked. Hummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.

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I don't know what's more painful,  the moment the stone is moving through the gallbladder duct or the fact you can't eat fatty foods.   The two nights I've been in hospital the thought of loosing pizza, pork chops, and other fatty foods it's more painful than stone moving.   Hopefully I will be out in a couple of days.   Given that I sort out the insurance because I don't have one.   


Get well soon George.

 

What are the nurses like?

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The only nurse worth a look is the dietitian.   Biggest hip I've seen in a while.   Very pretty.   Thanks for the kind words Stavros.   The worst has pass or in my case just started.   I hate diet as much as the pain. 

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Edited by MoatsArt - 4/13/15 at 4:51pm
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Originally Posted by Neogeo333 View Post
 

I don't know what's more painful,  the moment the stone is moving through the gallbladder duct or the fact you can't eat fatty foods.   The two nights I've been in hospital the thought of loosing pizza, pork chops, and other fatty foods it's more painful than stone moving.   Hopefully I will be out in a couple of days.   Given that I sort out the insurance because I don't have one.   


I know what you are going through George Get well soon and get out of there.

I was in the hospital for 7 weeks talk about going crazy.

You were told you can't eat these fatty foods ever again?  That is worse then them telling me I have stage 4 cancer.

I can still eat tasty things.

In all that time I only had a couple of good looking nurses.  There was a couple of lookers in ICU but I was out of it then.

Are you in NY or PR?

I hope they aren't asking what is the pain level in a scale of 1 to 10.  If they asked me that again I was going to kill someone.

Just give me the drugs!!!!!

 

Get well

Glenn

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Luckily I'm still in PR.   Otherwise the constant yapping of the wife because I eat too much fatty foods will be unbearable.   We know this will not work well.   The temptations of succulent roast pig and bacon it's too much.   Thanks all for words of encouragement,  hopefully I'm out by Monday or Tuesday.     

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