Welcome back to Planet E, Sammy.
The ones on the right are the ones that came with my Lyr 2 from the factory.
I'm not 100% sure what brand they are, but I hope you can see why I thought they might be RCAs.
Here is the link for the Socket Savers I got for $8:
I hope this info helps.
Yeah, thanks. I'm going to grab a pair of those right now.
I took out those d-getters from my Lyr 2 and put them in my dac. Also rolled in 1963 Siemens grey shield CCa in my amp and the end result is fantastic. Rivaling my favorite combo of PW in my amp and Siemens CCa in my dac. Very glad I bought these 7L4 1958 Heerlen d-getters. A truly fantastic tube imo.
Crap Mj2 is now shipping week of April 7th now instead of March 25th.
That is just a "stock" photo, I strongly urge you to get a real pic if your buying along with the change code A0 etc. Not saying they are not legit, but here is an example on ebay right now, perfect CCa print used tubes, no spacing between "CCa" and only "Made in Germany" no lot number. Leery of this ebay ad.
Not saying they are not legit, but here is an example on ebay right now, perfect CCa print used tubes, no spacing between "CCa" and only "Made in Germany" no lot number. Leery of this ebay ad.
From a construction standpoint, those tubes look legit. Inside the glass, everything looks like it should for an early 1960's "A0" CCa tube. My tubes all have number son the bottom. I can't readily tell what theses tubes have there.
Interesting, did the 65`s only say "Made in Germany" and no batch code?, my 63`s look like your old 63`s, kinda smeary paint, cannot find a pic of it. They are in my amp right now. My 65`s I got a pic.
The stock photo does look like a legit grey shield CCa.
Yeah they are 5G`s. Found a pic with the code.
A = Tube Type (E88CC) (G = E188CC)