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Old 9th April 2003, 02:44 PM   #1
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I just wanted to post a link to a site that i found last night, that was the most basic explanation of tubes and tube amp construction i have ever seen. I've been reading about tube amps for six months now and every time a "TUBE AMP PRIMER" type page was linked it ended up being over my head with charts and math....and i didn't really have the basic understanding down yet. I think this guy did a good job of clarifying the concepts i hadn't yet grasped.

So for all those still confused i submit :

http://www.boozhoundlabs.com/howto/


I hope this helps.

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Old 11th April 2003, 09:24 PM   #2
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I skimmed this and enjoyed it. I get something out of every article on tubes that I read.

I would add that he probably should discuss hum control circuitry on the heaters. Basic stuff, easy to implement, really helps. But, if his amps work without so much the better.

Thanks for the resource--it did help me.

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Old 11th April 2003, 09:47 PM   #3
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That's a good site. I've been there years before but he's a lot further along now.
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yeah, great site, very informative, now it's time to apply this new found knowledge to something of our own, first thing is I have a bunch of NOS 807's plus some 6sn7's, I"ve been wanting to make aSE toob amp with... "ll probably take little time to absorb it before I GET confident 'enough to get the solder ring iron out I 'm a bit like the author SOMetimes I comiserate with myself too much and let my self doubt slow me down, but then the wayhe explains it seems pretty logical and shall I be brave enough to say it simple CHeers TJB
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