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Old 10th April 2006, 01:06 AM   #1
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Default bogen ch60 for parts or all

just another project i never got around to finishing. thay work
there around 200watts each will sell together or part out, for the tubes and iron.

better to part out there really heavy.

e-mail me make en offer


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there around 200watts each
Dave,

Isn't it closer to 30W?

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the plate on each tube is 750volt 2 tubes per amp. i worked it out before came out to 150 watt to 200 watt. in push pull one thing it does have is a lot of power


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the plate on each tube is 750volt 2 tubes per amp. i worked it out before came out to 150 watt to 200 watt. in push pull one thing it does have is a lot of power


http://www.g4nsj.co.uk/valves/807.shtml

750V EKKK.. I'm going to go buy rubber gloves REALLY thick ones

What parts were replaced in this amp ? I'm now excited to work on my first real tube amp..
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than i run into somthing like this. that i could have made.
o well


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750V EKKK.. I'm going to go buy rubber gloves REALLY thick ones

What parts were replaced in this amp ? I'm now excited to work on my first real tube amp..

ya just dont do what i did service the unit without dishcharging
the main cap. i did and i saw god for a second

the two blue 400watt caps on the preamp where replaced
you sure you dont want to start with somthing smaller?
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ya just dont do what i did service the unit without dishcharging
the main cap. i did and i saw god for a second

the two blue 400watt caps on the preamp where replaced
you sure you dont want to start with somthing smaller?

Do you have a schematic or a link to one that i can look at ? Ill buy some rubber gloves. 5$ gloves = price less life maybe some alligator leads with some bleeder resistors built into them for discharging the cap's
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