I’m with boomzilla on this one. You just wait bluemeanies ! One day you’ll find the effort a pain it that A_ _! 😏
😂😂😂hey guys the absence of a remote does not bother me particularly. I set the volume once and I am good.. However I will say not all recording are equal thereby an adjustment in volume is required. No doubt THE MAESTR/audiobill can accommodate.
BTW...That day you mentioned is here!😂
LOL, If we are lucky to live long enough that day always gets here! Isn’t it great to be ALIVE, 😁 🙏
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I don’t trust “NOS”, the cv181s are reated higher.
The rectifier tube, a 6x5 is the fifth.
I know that there were oodles and oodles of tubes made back in the day, but how many unused ones are still around? Since there is no more "old stock" being manufactured, there is a finite supply so just how is it that people keep managing to find previously undiscovered NOS? I suspect a lot of it is used (and even then there is only a finite supply of used tubes from back then, and of that how much is of audio grade) and probably a significant amount of NOS is counterfeit. That said, if it sounds good then who cares, but many NOS tubes go for outrageous prices.
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They keep finding hoards/stash piles of tubes here and there. My mother's neighbor has a small stash in their barn that was his father's . He used to be the neighborhood TV repair guy. I keep trying to get him to let me have a poke around. The 12BH7A was used in TVs as a vertical oscillator/output tube in TV's, IIRC.
I picked up a 1957 Tung-Sol 12BH7A for the center tube in my ST120. It's SWEET sounding.