Great job. I like how compact the board is, yet leaves enough space between the components for upgrades.
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Thanks its been very reliable and stable, I just got over using toner transfer to make it :-)
I used it to make this a while ago
Still gets an airing every now and then
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Would it be hard to convert this board from the 12AU7 to 6922 type or the PCC 189 or anything equivalent.
Should I look at the values? I think the 12AU7 is a bit similar but with different values if i'm not mistaken.
On a 12AU7 pins 4 and 5 are the the 12.6 volt heater with pin 9 as the centre tape for 6.3v operation
On a 6922 pins 4 and 5 are the 6.3v heaters with pin 9 as the shield
so it would need some mucking about :-)
I found that product to replace c10 and c11 caps do you think it will fit for the use?