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post #526 of 2555
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I have both Matsu 6922 and Orange Globes and for me Orange Globes are little bit better with HD700 than Matsu

 

What year are your orange globes? And which has better soundstage and bass?

post #527 of 2555
More from lack of spare cash I have settled on Siemens E288CC / 8223.
post #528 of 2555
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And what tubes have you decided to settle on?

Siemens E288CC / 8223
post #529 of 2555
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Siemens E288CC / 8223

 

Where can I find these?

post #530 of 2555
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Where can I find these?

Sorry, but I have no idea. My matched pair came from a manufacturer of amplifiers who no longer use them.
post #531 of 2555
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Originally Posted by olegausany View Post


I have both Matsu 6922 and Orange Globes and for me Orange Globes are little bit better with HD700 than Matsu

 

What year are your orange globes? And which has better soundstage and bass?

Unfortunately I don't know what year they are but for me Orange Globes gave me better details than Matsu, I wish I could find someone who interested to buy or trade them
post #532 of 2555
I enjoy the orange globe A-frames
post #533 of 2555

Well which tubes should I get after the Mastu 6922? I feel like tube rolling but money is a problem obviously. Which should I go for? 

post #534 of 2555
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Originally Posted by highrolller View Post

Well which tubes should I get after the Mastu 6922? I feel like tube rolling but money is a problem obviously. Which should I go for? 

A lot of them are expensive but I would try Amperex Orange Globes, Buggle Boy, 6H1P
post #535 of 2555
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I think those '80 Silvers are a real bargain. I wish it was easier to buy the '75s. Now I have to explain the box of 300-400 tubes that are pretty much worthless to my wife - especially since she signed for most of the 30 boxes that have arrived over the last few months from all parts of the old USSR!:-)

 

Thanks for all the effort and $ you've been putting in on the quest.

post #536 of 2555
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Thanks for all the effort and $ you've been putting in on the quest.
Thanks.
The effort has been worth it! I listen to music 10-12 hrs a day, either one of my systems or the Lyr/HD800s so I get to enjoy the wonderful sound these Voskhods create pretty most of my waking moments (classical in my office alot of it). And it is fun...and I feel I've kinda charted new Audio territory. Wifey doesn't get it though:-)
post #537 of 2555
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Thanks.
The effort has been worth it! I listen to music 10-12 hrs a day, either one of my systems or the Lyr/HD800s so I get to enjoy the wonderful sound these Voskhods create pretty most of my waking moments (classical in my office alot of it). And it is fun...and I feel I've kinda charted new Audio territory. Wifey doesn't get it though:-)

yeap, I know how that feels like...non audiofile.

post #538 of 2555
Anyone have an audiofile wife never heard of one
post #539 of 2555
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Anyone have an audiofile wife never heard of one
Can't complain too loud, she let's me have these 5ft tall Maggies.
post #540 of 2555
Got to be honest, this is an esoteric hobby...nice gear Esoteric:-) Pretty much the whole family doesn't get it - kids happy with mp3s and apple earbuds.
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