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Old 5th October 2012, 07:44 PM   #41
kees52 is offline kees52  Netherlands
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Thank you for using the circuit and I am happy that you found it good for your setup.

Roushon
Hi All

I go lower the input resistance to 100k what is used most I think.

Here I give the input tube preamp, maybe someone can give some more clearance for me I have for sure more bass and better, but I need a correction in the 30 hz range, so let me now. I don,t want use opamps I have tube hybrid design so it is a line level schematic..

Now I have a tube input with 1 meg resistor so output impedance is high, I change the resistor for 100 k now and test, I have read that output impedance may be high but input low, in my case 2k.

thanks again.
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