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Old 16th January 2010, 10:14 AM   #1
bigjppop is offline bigjppop  United States
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Default Simple SE and Rectifier Manipulation

I've seen several posts here about people using some "non-standard" tubes in the their Simple SE's by doing a little rectifier manipulation; ie, you can use a 5881 or a 6V6 if you use such and such rectifier. I thought it might be nice to collect some of people's various suggestions/experiences in one place.

I've heard of people trying:
5881
6V6
807
etc

Anyone tried anything else? If so, please list your power tube/rectifier combo.
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Old 16th January 2010, 12:11 PM   #2
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KT-66, in order to get idle 38-40mA had to change 560R/5W resistor to 1K , rectifier remains same 5AR4.
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