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Schiit Lyr Tube Rollers

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by joydivisi0n, Jul 23, 2013.
  1. TK16
    Don't pay too much, that pair has been on auction multiple times with no one buying. At least 3 times.
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  2. mattrudy80
  3. jb77
    @koover this off topic but wanted to say you did a great job on your first review! The review for the Meze Empyrean
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  4. mattrudy80
    I noticed that. I think part of the issue is he only has a feedback quantity of 5. I'm still debating how high I'll go as he rejected my second offer.
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  5. jb77
    Yea definitely don’t pay to much! There will be another pair!
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  6. TK16
    If the offer was around $210-220 and rejected, let them go.
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  7. koover
    Thanx bro. I appreciate that. A lot of work but it was worth it. Such an awesome sounding headphone.
  8. jb77
    Read your review today and it does sound like an awesome headphone! I might save up for one of these though my other headphone I was saving for is the ZMF Aeolus. However it will be awhile before I get a new headphone as I just purchased a new tube tester. Again awesome review!
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
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  9. TK16
    Decided to post a top 21 all time list. If anybody else has a top tube list post em up.

    1. Mullard Blackburn ECC82 square getter 1957
    2. Amperex Heerlen, Holland 7316 D getter 1959
    3. Valvo Hamburg Pinched Waist 6201 1959
    4. Valvo CCa Heerlen 1956 Pinched Waist
    5. Foton or Reflektor 6N3P triple mica 1957
    6. Tesla 6CC41 double D-getter 1956
    7. Western Electric 396A JW 1951
    8. Amperex 6922 1958 Heerlen D-getter
    9. Mullard ECC81 Copenhagen, Denmark 1951
    10. Telefunken ECC82 smooth plate 1962
    11. Siemens ECC82 nickel plate 1959
    12. Telefunken E188CC 1965
    13. Valvo Hamburg ECC82 1957
    14. Mullard Mitcham 6201 gold pin 1964
    15. Mullard Blackburn ECC81 1957
    16. Mullard Mitcham 1956/1957 ECC81
    17. ECC81 Heerlen, Holland 1957/1958
    18. RCA 1955 12AU7
    19. RCA 1961 clear top 12AU7
    20a. Tung Sol 2C51 square getter b.CBS 5670 square getter dac tubes
    21a. Brimar CV2492 1968 dac tubes b. Mullard Mitcham E88CC 1966 dac tubes
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
  10. koover
    Hmmmm, I’m thinking just in those 21 sets of tubes, it’s gotta be around 5K? Gotta be
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  11. TK16
    Better off waiting on new cans anyway, tube testers are a very important addition for anybody with a ton of tubes. Good luck with it!
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  12. mattrudy80
    Is #1 on your list D getter or square getter?
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
  13. TK16
    Square I believe.
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  14. bcowen
    If you don't already have it, go here, download and install:


    Cliff's notes:
    1) Click Search on the menu bar
    2) Click Find By Designator
    3) Enter tube type

    Most tubes have a good bit of data in the Ratings and Short Data tabs, but double click on the links in the Data Sheet Links tab to get to manufacturers data sheets.
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  15. bcowen
    Wait. No. Uh-uh. Not happenin'. You can't just fling that "purchased a new tube tester" out there and leave it at that. Details. We need details, man! :slight_smile:
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