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Old 5th February 2010, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default SRPP+ from Glass Ware needs some help please

Hi,
I purchased kit from Glass Ware.
It is SRPP+. I was thinking about using it as line stage or headphone amp.
This is my first tube project so I'm overhelmed and I need help.
I would like to use 6n1P tubes for this project.
I'm not sure what the best option for power transformers is.
I would like to use two separate trans for B+ and Heaters.
I was thinking about getting 200V 100mA for B+ and 12.6V 2A for heaters.
12.6 can be converted by PSU on the board to 6.3V.
I'm also getting confuse with all resistor values etc.

PLEASE HELP.

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Darius.
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Old 7th February 2010, 10:52 PM   #2
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Edcor and Hammond are both good options for budget PT choices.
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