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Old 5th October 2010, 07:29 PM   #1
locoo is offline locoo  Croatia
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Default 12v Tube amp

Hy all there i am tinking of building a tube amp that runs on 12v dc.
I found some shematics but as i read more i get more confused .

As all things start here so did i
Sopht amps - all tube 12v amps

but i got lost on the output tube what to use .

I am want 0,1-0,5 w output.

Pleas help what to use

12U7 as preamp

an now the problem


What to use all the shematics that i found are for gitar amps an i am afraid that the sound will be dirty.

Tnx in advance

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