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Old 26th September 2008, 04:11 AM   #21
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Something like these?
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I'd love to see x-ray photographs of their insides. That kind of stuff is always cool.
Very similar:

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Old 26th September 2008, 02:03 PM   #22
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I got Chinese 6L6-GCR with straight glass...
Well, this thread has drifted off topic, hasn't it. Or has it? Wavebourn implies these Chinese 6L6 are shameless copies of Russian 6p3s. Perhaps he is correct.

Anyway, I fired up a pair of my Chinese 6L6 last night. Crazy blue glow.

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I did not mean "Shameless Copy". I know that a bicycle documentation and manufacturing equipment was sold long time ago by Russia to China, so the same could happen with Tubes.
And you have to remember that 6P3S was actually developed in USA by RCA before WW-II. During WW-II Russian tubes had the same names, and only when Khrusshev come to power he demanded to rename all tubes using Cyrillic alphabet for "patriotic reasons".

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Old 26th September 2008, 05:25 PM   #24
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Sorry. Yes, "shameless copy" is strong languange. Perhaps I should have said they were "remarkably similar in appearance" to the Russian's internal construction.

Besides, at the end of the day, how many different ways are there to build a vacuum tube?
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Besides, at the end of the day, how many different ways are there to build a vacuum tube?

As the Chineese & New Sensor Group have prooved: a 1000 ways of doing it wrong...

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Hallo everybody,

Sovtek, or better New Censor are selling some very good tubes, my KT88 behave perfect, and those are Sovtek KT88 running in a SIPP amplifier with one tube grid to ground. They stay perfectly balanced over very long time and they sound just wonderful. Not all tubes like to have their grid grounded, the Sovtek KT 88 don't mind. I love those tubes, do I ever need another set of KT88, Sovtek is the way to go. Same applies for their ECC83 alias 12AX7, not too bad at all. Please don't buy a Russian car, there comes misery from, but they sure make good tubes.


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Old 5th April 2010, 03:34 PM   #27
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Smile data sheet for6p3s-e

I find that : 6P3S, 6P3S-E
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Thanks for the datasheet!

I'd like to mount a pair of 6p3s-e horizontally. Does anyone know if this can be done and if so how should I orient the tube so that the filament doesn't sag and short to other elements?
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I have a bunch of these. Are they any good ?
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Thanks for the datasheet!

I'd like to mount a pair of 6p3s-e horizontally. Does anyone know if this can be done and if so how should I orient the tube so that the filament doesn't sag and short to other elements?
Yes, in the communications equipment I used to service they were mounted horizontally
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