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Old 22nd May 2011, 03:16 AM   #1
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is there a difference on the sound of a push pull power amp (6V6) with a PI with only one triode instead of two? I sorta inherit this old tube hifi amp that i would to use for a guitar power amp project. As of now it is wired as with a only one. i am just wandering if i should keep the same way or modify it. The PI tube is a 6CG7. Considering there are two of those in there, it would not be a big deal...

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PS: does anyone has a schematic for RCA Victor 6 HF 3?

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