1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

    Dismiss Notice

Woo Audio WA7TP (tube power supply) Impressions Thread

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by warrenpchi, Apr 20, 2014.
First
 
Back
38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
Next
 
Last
  1. mikroski

    Thanks for link!!
     
    Please give me some idea between RCA 5814A and Mullard in term of details and upper high. Does RCA 5814A is as bright as Sylvania?
     
  2. abvolt
     
    I will take a closer listen between the RCA's & the Sylvania's tomorrow and be happy to let you know what I think of the two. As far as the mullards go they are my favorites a wonderful full bodied & rich sounding tube with really great low end, But I could also live very comfortably with these new RCA's I've got, no harshness at all unlike the stock woo tubes
     
    Remember that the woo tubes are 55. + 10.  at the door the RCA's were 16. at the door and way better sounding. The Sylvania's were 5.95 + 3. at my door I won't buy any more woo tubes that's for sure..
     
  3. vasunshine

    Would you mind sharing the links you used to purchase the RCA and Sylvania tubes? Thanks!
     
  4. mikroski
    When I look at your link for Mullard. I think ..., ok, I have GE which is the same sound signature as Mullard. I have Sylvania. Why not try Amperex Buungle Boy. So, I ordered for one pair of Amperex. Hope to get it by end of March [​IMG]
     
  5. abvolt
    I don't have any links those tubes that I mentioned are bids that I won off ebay, most of the time they don't come that cheap. But you can always find tubes that are better then woo stock for much less money..
     
     
     
    Sounds great I've been looking for some bugle boy's let us know how they are..
     
  6. malla1ml
    I was able to pickup my Sylvania and RCA's off eBay. What I like to do is set a saved search and I'll check once a day to see if anything comes up.  
     
  7. abvolt
    Cool that's a good idea I've missed deals by not paying attention..
     
  8. malla1ml
    Yeah, setting saved searches is a great way to snap those great buy it now deals that'll pop up. 
     
  9. vasunshine
     
    Do you mind telling us what key word you use for the saved searches? Thanks! Want to chase some stealth deal too :)
     
  10. mikroski
    I have one stupid question. What is save search?
     
  11. malla1ml
    Nothing fancy. I do this with all of my hobbies, if it's something I don't need right away, I'll set a saved search for whatever I'm looking for.  If a good deal comes around, I'll jump on it.  While not related to this in particular, I do love using CamelCamelCamel as a price comparison for Amazon.  Download the extension for whatever browser you enjoy using, lookup the item on Amazon and see where the prices have done overtime. It also allows you to set a price alert, so you can be notified when it reaches it.
     
  12. malla1ml
    A saved search on eBay allows you to get notifications when new items meet the criteria.
     
    From eBay:
     
    To follow a search:
    • From the top of any page, enter the item you're looking for in the search box, and then click Search.

    • On the search results page, click Follow this search at the top of your results page. You may be asked to sign in.

    • Select the checkbox if you want to receive email notifications when new items match your search.

     
  13. abvolt
    +1
    I'll be doing this really good idea thanks..
     
  14. money4me247 Contributor
    if u want the el8 on sale u can get it from headphone.com (headroom)... they have a 10% off if u sign up for their newletter or smtg like that.
     
  15. happypill
    So I went ahead and bought a matched pair of Mullard CV4003's from the eBay listing posted a page or two back...
     
    WOW. 
     
    This has to be the most significant tube upgrade I've ever made; Very rangy and smooth, with a nice punchy bottom and lower mids..
     
    Thank you very much @abvolt for the recommendation!
     
First
 
Back
38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47
49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58
Next
 
Last

Share This Page