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Old 10th March 2012, 08:09 PM   #1
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Default Questions about Aikdo all in one octal

Hi everyone. I am very new to all of this so maybe some stupid questions. I am in the process of assembling an Aikdo all in one octal revison A using 6SN7 tubes in both input and output stages. I am assembling this as a line amplfier. Power transfomers is an Edcor XPWR093 with values 250V-0-250V and 3.15V-0-3.15V for heater power supply. I am questioning the values listed in the user guide using the tubes I listed earlier. The value listed for R17 is 300K ohms and the value for C8 is listed at 0.1uf 160V. These were not sent with the parts included with the kit and are quite a bit out of line with parts included. For those of you that have done this before I am wondering what you think. Thanks alot for your time.
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