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Old 8th November 2018, 03:57 PM   #41
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there is a 7 pin miniature 6AQ6
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Thanks guys. I was away and when I come back, I have a forest of choices!! I am glad at least ONE of you noticed I need a 7 or 9 pin tube. If octal was acceptable, then I'd just use a 6sl7. I'm not sure what I will use, but a 5751 is out because of the price. It is $15 or more from the places I looked at. The 6at6 looks interesting and the 6aq6
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Old 8th November 2018, 08:25 PM   #43
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Are there two 6AQ7 - the octal one and a 7-pin miniature one?
Must be a mistake in the tube list from "De Muiderkring", the 6AQ6 is there too with the same data.The number of electrodes makes the 6AQ6 more plausible.And an equivalent of EBC90.
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6cn7 looks like a 5751, except for diodes and one triode.
6sc7 looks like a 5751, except 1 cathode

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6sc7 (oops) is 8 pin octal.
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