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Old 4th April 2005, 01:29 PM   #1
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Default Any Twin Power triode Noval type?

Help Please!

Was there any twin power triode tube made by any manufacturer that is Noval type which got a 6.3 or a 12 volt filament?
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Old 4th April 2005, 01:37 PM   #2
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Would the 6080 and 6AS7 you are looking for?

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Old 4th April 2005, 03:44 PM   #3
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E182CC (Pa = 4.5W), is probably the nearest you're going to get to a dual power triode on a Noval base. If you don't mind a single triode, then A2293 (15W) is a useful valve.
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E182CC (Pa = 4.5W), is probably the nearest you're going to get to a dual power triode on a Noval base. If you don't mind a single triode, then A2293 (15W) is a useful valve.
ECC99 also good for this application. (Pa=5W).

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12AU7 works for me Got a dozen on hand?

Can't really think of any offhand. Did the Russians make a dual 6P45S sorta deal? Mark?

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Default Twin power triode noval base

Thanks a lot guys!

I am intending to build a very compact integrated amplifier that would require minimal tubes.

6080/6as7/5998 are octal types, And out of the ideal concept with regards to the chassis I am intending to design.

I'll check the availabilty of the E182CC tube in my locallity.


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5687, 6H30 or Ecc182 variant 6H6, cheap from Russia and strong sound.

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Don't discount the idea of mixed dual triodes, e.g, 6GF7 (they use the big 9 pin base). A pair of those will give you two high mu low current triodes suitable for a phase splitter and a pair of low mu high current triodes suitable for output tubes.
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Don't discount the idea of mixed dual triodes...
And if you don't mind doing that, RCA made 6EW7 in a slim envelope (rather than the more standard fat one).
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