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Old 1st March 2014, 09:02 PM   #1
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A single 6EM7 is sufficient as driver for a 813 in triode mode or for a GM70 ?

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A single 6EM7 is sufficient as driver for a 813 in triode mode or for a GM70 ?

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I'd say it is. The low-u section looks to have enough current sourcing capability, and the small signal section can make a high gain stage.
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