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Old 17th December 2010, 08:25 PM   #1
mctavish is offline mctavish  Austria
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Default CC Grid stopper value for TubelabSE?

Any issues with using 10k instead of 4k7 on the 5842 in the TSE? These were the only value I have on hand that I can get matched anywhere close to each other. Should I worry about HF rolloff in this application? Thanks in advance!
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