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Help Making A ‘Tube Adapter’ For Siemens-Rohre C3m Vacuum Tube

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Hello Folks, Been lurking around the Forum for some time now and would like to thank all the folks for Little Dot tube rolling information. I read Forum Member hypnos1 post #4654 on Page 311 of the ‘Little Dot Tube Amps: Vacuum Tube Rolling Guide’ thread a couple of weeks ago about the Siemens C3g vacuum tubes and though I would give them a try. Unfortunately I couldn’t locate any Siemens C3g tube locally but found two Siemens-Rohre C3m tubes and from my limited research believe that these tubes are similar to the Siemens C3g tube. I would like to make a ‘Tube Adapter’ for my Little Dot MK III using B8G 8 Pin Loctal Sockets and B7G 7 Pin Sockets for my newly acquired Siemens-Rohre C3m tubes. I am overwhelmed with all information contained in this Little Dot Tube Vacuum Tube Rolling Guide Forum thread and I am uncertain of the correct ‘Pin Out’ from the B8G 8 Pin Loctal Socket to the B7G 7 Pin Socket. I am hoping that one of you knowledgeable Forum Members would be able to help me out and provide the correct ‘Pin Out’ information for a ‘Tube Adapter’ using B8G 8 Pin Loctal Socket to the B7G 7 Pin Socket for a Siemens-Rohre C3m tube. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Coaster
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You are *so* in the wrong forum for this... redface.gif

Try the DIY forum: http://www.head-fi.org/f/6/diy-do-it-yourself-discussions
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