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Originally Posted by ab initio View Post
 

I bet that tube has a bigger sound stage than most other tubes. 

And more oomph for sure!

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There's a lot more air too.......oh...no air in a vacuum....never mind, carry on.
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And more oomph for sure!
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yo toobes is punk, less yo got the BIG MAMA JAMMA TOOB!

 

If I ever buy a portable tube headphone amp, it's got to have one or two of these!

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Originally Posted by headdict View Post

If I ever buy a portable tube headphone amp, it's got to have one or two of these!
What about balanced outputs? Surely you'll want that option.
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can we use it to carry cheese? or must we keep it closed?

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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

But we all had fun. :blink:

 

Well thats all that matters. :tongue:

 

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No guys I would not troll to such an extent.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=w_qXhoI1o8I

 

You sir are indeed a master entertainer...I bow down to your greater hosting skills....:biggrin:

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