WARNING: Tube/Valve amplifiers use potentially LETHAL HIGH VOLTAGES.
Building, troubleshooting and testing of these amplifiers should only be
performed by someone who is thoroughly familiar with
the safety precautions around high voltages.
I manage to get hold of pair of Tamura f2011(3.5k/pp/ul/100w)
and a 20 el34 tubes.
so I'm after a good schematic el34 PPP.
if you guys can recommend me something that sounds good and is not to complicated that would be awesome!
Then you should just add an other pair of output tubes, each with own grid stopper resistors. The transformer impedance should be halved.
If you want to get good performance with your 3k5 Tamura, then the supply voltage should be not less than 500 V.
Thanks Artosalo,i was thinking UL and to be honest i dont have much expirience and knowledge when it comes to tubes(few tube buffers but mainly transistors so far)
So I'm really looking for some ready made(tested) schematic cause I'm really unexpirienced with tubes.
A "ready made/tested" circuit is such that should be built with exactly the same output transformer and tubes.
For example to change the output transformer to similar impedance but other type/manufacturer may require some modifications, which are usually not very problematic, but require some knowledge and test equipment.
As an example; I have built tube hifi-amplifiers in small series. Although I use exactly similar components to all amplifiers I still need to do some adjustmets and use test equipment to get the best performance.
It is difficult to think a situation when an inexperienced hobbyist without suitable test equipment could get excellent results when a lot of modifications are needed.