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Woo Audio Amp Owner Unite

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by dannie01, Jun 9, 2009.
  1. punit

    I bought it used, at much lower price than a new one.
     
  2. Louis111
    Just bought a U.S. army Raytheon Tube Type RK60 for my Woo WA6SE. Could you tell me where I can find an adapter to fit since the pins are not the same size as the originals
     
    Gear is: MacBook Pro-Bifrost-WA6SE-HD800-Momentum full size
     
  3. jc9394
     
    Can't even if I want to go, have a weeding to attend on the 21th.
     
  4. jc9394
     
    Ebay have few sellers sells it.
     
  5. HiFiGuy528
    Hey everyone, we will be at the San Francisco Bay Area Head-Fi meet on July 19th.  Here's more info on the meet.  Look forward to meeting some of you.
     
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/714477/official-2014-sf-head-fi-meet-july-19-2014-doubletree-san-francisco-airport
     
  6. jc9394
     
     
    Dang, I'm only 15 minutes away but I can't stay until Saturday.  [​IMG]
     
  7. TontNZ
    I've just received my WA5-LE (maxed), not even unpacked yet!  This is the first valve/tube amp I've purchased in 25 years.  So what's considered best practice for burning in tube amps now?
     
    What's the maximum run time?  Does significant variations in volume matter?  I was planning on using the cheap tubes that come with the WA5-LE to run it in and then swap to the best tubes, is this the right way to go?
     
  8. kkcc

    Congrats!! I recall Jack's advise is not running continuously over 8 hours.
     
  9. kazsud

    Good to know :)
     
  10. joseph69
    Congratulations!
     
  11. MickeyVee
    Sweet! Congtrats!
     
    Quote:
     
  12. lojay
    Since tubes will expire to meet their maker in less than 10,000 hrs (sometimes much less) I suppose that is right. It is probably time to shop for premium tubes!
     
  13. HiFiGuy528
     
    Congratulations!  We would love to see some pics when you're ready.   :) 
     
  14. punit
    HiFiGuy528 Can you confirm this is correct ? If yes then can you elaborate why ? All  amp manufacturers that I have purchased from (A GD, Schiit, Meier, Bottlehead etc.) have confirmed that there is no problem leaving their amps on for 2-3 days.
     
    Also did you work for Sony before ? You have almost all their HP's ?
     
  15. Redcarmoose

    How exciting! I remember that feeling. Congratulations. Yes, they recommend only 8 hour runs. The amps get a little toasty after time on.
     

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