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Old 21st February 2021, 04:24 AM   #21
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Can HE prove this? LOL
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Old 21st February 2021, 09:37 AM   #22
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.... and you can prove all this ?

Well, I have a test rig running on my bench, even now as we speak, and
I'm not hearing the tube complaining....
Again, the tube is not solid state. The tube is a mechanical device, and I just don't think it cares................

I think the data sheets are written more as application notes, rather than absolute max limits....
If I had the time, I would really burn this tube up, but I don't, and as mentioned before, I not get anything for it........

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Sample size of one out of a run of one is not much to base a data sheet on.
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how many you want ?
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A sample size of 10 out of a run of 100 tubes would be a start.
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Old 3rd March 2021, 07:59 PM   #25
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fine. you buy the tubes and send them to me.
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You only own 1 tube and presume to know it better than than the manufacturer? And on top of that you were the 1st to LED bias a tube?
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Old 3rd March 2021, 09:06 PM   #27
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And he invented the Internet
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And he invented the Internet
Incomplete analogy. To match his other claims it would have to be that he invented the internet in 2015.
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fine. you buy the tubes and send them to me.

Your project, your cost. I'll go with the sheets already published.
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You only own 1 tube and presume to know it better than than the manufacturer? And on top of that you were the 1st to LED bias a tube?
1. I've been building guitar and HiFi amplifiers going back 12 years. I was ET in the US Navy, going back 45 years. I have one HiFi stereo amplifier, Surface 2, does not even use a pre-amp to drive the power tubes.

2. I was first to publish lamp biasing on ValveJunior.com, abouts 12 years ago. Then I noticed the Valve Lizard out of the UK publish on his website a bias diode shunted by an electrolytic cap. Was so funny I took a screen shot of it.

3. ...... and that would be Dr. Moore to you......
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