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Old 23rd December 2004, 06:48 PM   #51
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I think i have the simular schematic for that too..!!!
You should, it was a print-out you had of the Svetlana circuit that reminded me....

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Old 23rd December 2004, 09:08 PM   #53
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Default 6080/6AS7

If no one has noticed, there is a similar thread going on in the forums: I've just posted another schematic, slightly different than the one I have posted on this thread a few hours ago.

No high voltages involved... it's the first 6AS7 amp I made (at the time with 6080 tubes, since I did not have any of the coke bottle 6AS7s).
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If no one has noticed, there is a similar thread going on in the forums: I've just posted another schematic, slightly different than the one I have posted on this thread a few hours ago.

No high voltages involved... it's the first 6AS7 amp I made (at the time with 6080 tubes, since I did not have any of the coke bottle 6AS7s).
You see i'm looking for a am with COKE bottles : O ) i want big ones.

Dave ( planet10 ) gave me a 813 tube and i love it..

and i'm following both thread's
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Old 23rd December 2004, 09:39 PM   #55
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Smile ST shape

Some time ago, I was on the lookout for ST shape (coke bottle) tubes...

I never actually tired of the shape, and I still prefer it! But, after a while, the only shape that can excite me nowadays is GLOBE.

A friend of mine once said: "Yes, I do not like these metal envelope tubes, either... but once we consume all these glass envelope tubes, we will be happy to turn to the metal ones!".

Regards to all,
Aleksandar

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If you want to go ahead with an 6AS7 amp, just do it! 813 is a different affair... and it's not a triode (am I mistaking -- is it the large non ST shape pentode?). I would like to do something with 811s (large ST) but I do not wish to embark in interstage transformers and A2 with current drive...
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My Tube collection.. I hope it gets bigger Yes they are all dead.. : O ) my collection though..
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