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Ahhh interesting. Thanks for the tip about the extra low gain mod, that'll be helpful.

Glad to know that you can run something like the V6 without burning them up. I'm currently using the Fidelio X1's and at 30Ohms, they're obviously very easy to drive.

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Interesting thing happened the other day.  I use a novib socket saver to boost the height of the tube for easier swapping and to save the original socket from wear.  I purchased one about 11 months ago from Tubemonger.com.  The one I had started to act up so I contacted the seller, and explained what had happened.  He replied that he had sold thousands of them and only had about 8 go bad.  He made sure I swapped it in and out with other tubes and without novib.  This was on last Friday, I sent the email in the morning, and by afternoon had heard back from him.  He sent me a replacement the next day Saturday and I received it on Monday.  Customer service is alive and well, with this company.  He did not charge for it after 11 months of daily use, I feel good about this, that there are companies out there that still work with the customer to resolve issues. Felt he was trustworthy so I purchased a valve from him to so good faith.  Just wanted to pass on this info.  Don

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