|25th September 2013, 12:06 AM||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Yes, if your SSE was built for the smaller dissipation tubes. Probably not, if you built it for the larger power tubes. A search in this sub forum will provide you some information.
I have 6F6GT's in a low power SSE right now. My anode (plate) voltage is 322, the cathode sits at 25 volts, and, with a 680 ohm cathode resistor, that's 11 watts plate dissipation, almost the maximum for a 6F6, but this is the Tubelab forum, after all.
I just threw this amp together and will hopefully get a chance to document it soon.
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