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6N2P-EV vs 12AX7
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Old 25th April 2018, 03:07 PM   #21
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The 6N2P has slightly lower plate resistance, and this will effect it's output impedance and therefore the frequency response when used in RIAA or other active filter stages when used in some circuits expecting to see a 12AX7.
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Thanks for that. My use case is in an RIAA stage as above.

I noticed some audible difference as I believe cyto mentioned (I didnít perceive it as good or bad necessarily- was a brief test), and wanted to understand why. I thought either just normal tube variance or my mind was playing tricks / I was victim of my own bias. But there seems to be some differences that have been discussed that could change real operating parameters.

Iím wondering how best to adapt a 12ax7 riaa stage for use with 6N2P.
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The answer is different depending on whether you are using passive EQ or EQ in a feedback loop.

For passive you will generally need to compensate for the change in rp unless it is very small and the network is insensitive to small variations in source impedance.

For feedback based EQ the situation will depend on the effect the substitution has on the overall closed loop gain, some minor changes to the design may address or adjustments to the feedback network may be required.
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