Tube types that will work with Aune T1
6DJ8, ECC88, 6922, E88CC, 7308, 6N23P, 6N27P, 6N11, 6N1P, 7DJ8, PCC88, ECC189, 6ES8,
E188CC, ECC86, 6GM8, PCC189, 7ES8, Cca, CV2492, CV2493, CV10320, CV5231, CV5354,
CV5358, M3624, CV4108, CV5331, CV5464, CV5472, CV8065, CV9838, CV10320, CV10403
6FW8, ECC85, 6AQ8, 6L12, B719, 6BQ7A, 6BZ7, 6BS8, 6BK7, 6BQ7B, 6FQ7, 6GC7, 6KN8,
PCC85, 9AQ8, 6BK7B,
6N6P, 6H6N, 6H30P, 6H30Pi, 6N30P-DR, 6N30-DP, 6H30DR,
6SN7, 5692, 12AU7, 5814A, 5963, 6189W, 7316, 7489, 7730, 12AT7*, 6201*, 2C51, 5670,
5670W, 6CC42, 6N3, 6N3P, 6H3P, WE396A, 6SN7W, 6SN7GT, 6SN7GTA, 6SN7GTB
Pending tube types (need to be tested & confirmed): ECC180, 6BC8, 6BZ8, 8BQ7A
Tubes marked in green
are tube types that I personally (and some other users) have tried with Aune T1
and seem to work with no problems.
Tubes marked in blue are tube types that other users have tried with Aune T1 and seem to work with no problems (not tested by me).
Tubes marked in orange are tube types that have been tested by some users but some of them did not work, probably due to "too high" mA current
draw or may sound distorted due to underpowered 9V heater.
Tubes marked in red are tube types that require custom socket adapter to work. * means that it has too high gain and
volume output level should be reduced from PC control panel.
Tubes marked in pink are tube types that do not require socket adapter but these tubes use higher current draw and might not be safe to Aune T1 internal components but according to user lwrs10 can be used safely. I`m not responsible for damage that may occur. Use with your own responsibility!