Little Dot Tube Amps: Vacuum Tube Rolling Guide
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See above what I settled on: NOS USA Tall Bottle Tung-Sol 6SN7 Power Tubes and Siemens C3G Driver Tubes
 
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See above what I settled on: NOS USA Tall Bottle Tung-Sol 6NS7 Power Tubes and Siemens C3G Driver Tubes

Will this work for the LDMKII and do I need some tube adapters for the Tun-Sols?
Since I'm a noob at this stuff, can you confirm that Tung-Sol again... Are these a good example of them? (is the NS or SN swapped in description for 6NS7?)
Tung-Sol 6SN7GTB tubes tall glass black plates D-getter Balanced
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-USA-Tung-...775205?hash=item1c8c59bb65:g:mOQAAOSwgchZdOyT
 
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Will this work for the LDMKII and do I need some tube adapters for the Tun-Sols?
Since I'm a noob at this stuff, can you confirm that Tung-Sol again... Are these a good example of them? (is the NS or SN swapped in description for 6NS7?)
Tung-Sol 6SN7GTB tubes tall glass black plates D-getter Balanced
http://www.ebay.com/itm/2-USA-Tung-...775205?hash=item1c8c59bb65:g:mOQAAOSwgchZdOyT
DylanF:

Those look legit. I corrected my post. They are 6SN7. I inadvertantly switched the SN. Sorry.
 
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DylanF:

Those look legit. I corrected my post. They are 6SN7. I inadvertantly switched the SN. Sorry.
I appreciate the reply, thank you (bought them just now). One other thing, I know I need those c3g adapters on my LDMKII on the front tubes, what adapters do I need for the rear Tung-Sol's? All your help is really appreciated, it saves myself and others a bunch of research time...

Something like this: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1pc-6SN7-6n...588465?hash=item2ed22be831:g:Yc4AAOSwv0tVJf1i

1pc 6SN7 6n8p CV181 TO 6N1 ECC85 6N6 6N11 tube adapter 6.3V (CNC Copper body)
 
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Sep 29, 2017 at 6:56 PM Post #11,197 of 12,956

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As always you are quickly there with help. Thanks for posting the adapters.
 
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Are the ones I posted good to go as well?
Nope ,about the link i posted the adapter is expensive yes but is of good quality
 
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I felt that the Yugoslavian, Mullard and GE 6HM5 were vastly superior to the Siemens. Based on that, I have always recommended "tall" bottle 6HM5s over the "short" bottles. Since the Telefunkens I have seen look like relabeled Siemens short bottles I never tried them...

Although labeled RCA, these were manufactured by Siemens.


Hi Gibosi,
About the 6HM5 : are the settings the same as ef95?
Thanks
 
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Well thanks both of you :wink:
I began to read this thread a few weeks ago. I am around page 100 lol.
This thread is like an Explorer mission but not in space, rather in audiophily :wink: I feel sorry I didn't join you earlier !
I am looking right now for Tung Sols 6AH6. Quite difficult to get... In comparison, do the Sylvania sound ok (years 60')?
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