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Damn, those are scarce.
Obviously he's either a hoarder or a collector. My money's on hoarder.
Almost like 1 person bought out the entire stock. When I say almost I really mean definitely.
Yes they are very hard to find, I lucked out when the seller I got mine from originally listed one pair and 2 singles then they listed another pair.
Lol yep Hoarder/collector or is it collector/hoarder! Lol
Admitting your problem is the first step in a most likely unattainable goal of fixing your tube addiction. Most of us fell off the wagon multiple times, so good luck with that. If you really want to get better sell off some GEC A2900 to me. I'm here to help.
Lol for any tube addicts who need a night light.
Yep I admit it I am a tube addict! Heck I have already fallen of the wagon recently lol!
So for me to kick this addiction all I need to do is sell you my GEC tubes?!!!!
Wait!!?? There's a wagon!!??
BTW -- I keep clicking on the buy-it-now button for the nightlight and nothing happens. I wonder if they make one with a GEC A2900 mounted.
I been mentioning using tubes as nite lights for a few years, should of patented that idea. Are there test results for each nite lite? What about user serviceable parts inside? Can you change the tube?
Yep that recovery wagon d@mn thing is, too tempt us the wagon is powered by power tubes!
YES! yes it is
FInally a use for GE tubes...
If you do go with the GE option, that $18 goes down slightly to $1.50 for the nite lite.
After burning in my Tele ECC801s for a little over 200hrs on my MJ2 and the Tele smooth plates on my LP I finally rolled my pair of GEC A2900’s on my MJ2 and my Siemens ECC82 Nickel Chrome Plates on my LP
Interested in how the GEC A2900 2x Mica will compare to my GEC CV6091/A2900 3x mica, will post impressions after burn in.
Quick impressions update on my Tele ECC801s
For me the Tele ECC801s are really good at revealing details in the recording, they are a bit thin sounding on my MJ2 and are somewhat treble forward! They do have a good sound stage and really good imaging! Basically it gets into what “flavor” you prefer for your music (also setup dependent on equipment and cans)