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Hrappur 29th March 2005 11:34 PM

brimer el34
 
Hi does anyone know the brimer el34 and how it would compair to a JJ for example? I´ve tryed looking on the net but can´t find a good comparison for the brimer el34. :( I have a quad of them and wonder if they are any good:xeye:

audiousername 30th March 2005 04:55 AM

If they work, and meet spec, then they're good ;)

You already have them anyway...

EC8010 30th March 2005 09:13 AM

Spilling?
 
If you actually mean Brimar (British-made for American market), then they're very good - one of the best NOS manufacturers.

Hey! I've just noticed that I've replied to your question before you asked it. How cool is that?

Hrappur 30th March 2005 03:17 PM

brimar
 
he Your right these are Brimar with an a. As you can see this is my first tube amp (a Radford st25) and I am completly new to the sound of tubes(wich I like) I got three quads of tubes with the amp and they are Sovtek´s JJ/tesla´s and the Brimar´s. I am amaised at how differnt thay sound at least the sovteks from the jj´s , the base on the sovteks was overpowering plus they seem to run hotter than the JJ ones. You probably all know this and shake your heads in disbelief at my :whazzat: ignorance.
Im curantly building an enclosure for Fostex´s 206e´s and will save the Brimars for those:smash: .

Thanks again

Tekko 30th March 2005 03:59 PM

OT: EC8010, you spelled spelling wrong ;)


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