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Those are some beautiful looking tubes!
Got my 2 Hamburg PCC88 57 PW singles in. 1 tube is decent testing the other mediocre. Instant top 10 ten tube. Extreme holography. Fantastic DAC tube. looks like I`m out to get another pair. Glorious sounding comes to mind.
If anyone has a pair of the Hamburg PCC88 PW they would like to sell or trade for shoot me a PM.
Made an offer of $800 based on TK's glowing recommendation of the seller. Fingers-crossed!!
Kind of a low ball offer imo, I`d offer to pay $999 that way you are guaranteed in getting the tubes. Noisy tubes are overrated imo. Nothing wrong with some ambient noise.
I see a counter offer coming your way of ..........................$939!
This is what we ALL want to see in a Mullard tube listing..............luxurious carpeting!!!!!!!!
More important than seeing long plates, goal post or square getters and even k61 codes. Though this carpet does not appear to be luxurious carpeting. More like a floor that has not been swept in years.
Posting this here in hopes somebody buys before I do. 55 Mullard Blackburn pair.
Crazy. Are these the market price now?
Price is reasonable imo. Looks like it has some heavy usage though for a 1955 I'd expect that.
For $200+ shipped, I want them to sound great and not look like they have been in use since 1955! Friends don't let friends buy ugly a** tubes.
This is coming from a 1958 Blackburn ECC82 owner. The pre 58's are where its at. At least that's what Google says.
Hey now................what does this 'Google' you speak off know about 1957 vs. 1958 Blackburn tubes? Oh, I forgot................. Google know EVERYTHING!!!!!!!!!
Exactly how good are this 'Google' guy's ears????
Now that Alexa, SHE's got the golden ears!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Google is correct, they are true POS tubes. Look for the '58's to arrive in Budd Lake in a couple of days, TK
I'm not so sure that is carpet, fellas. Looks more like they found a dead rat in the basement and used it as a prop.
I see. The tubes are slightly unbalanced too.
1700/2100 and 1750/2200