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Old 13th July 2018, 08:26 AM   #11
zman01 is offline zman01  Bangladesh
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Originally Posted by anirban View Post
ha ditch that idea, a variac with that kind of output for PT is expensive,
I will go for a simple PT with Hammond 373BX and 2 toriody for a SSE 300B

The SSE is a much simpler build vs the Tubelab SE.

The 300B will not work in the SSE. That tube is directly heated triode (DHT) and will work in the Tubelab SE.

For the SSE you will need to choose among tubes like EL34, 6CA7, or 6L6 (to name a few options) if you want to use the Hammond 373BX.
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