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Which valves should be fitted for a nice warm and enveloping sound on my HB1 Antique Sound Lab Headphone ampli?
Now mount the new EL 84 Mullard made in Russia......
I have the ASL MG Head 32 running a quad of EL84 tubes. I experimented quite a bit and I run NOS Telefunken + NOS Mullard. One Mullard + one Telefunken per channel.
This is very very sweet, the best of both tubes.
If you want some very nice warm tubes I would go for NOS Mullard tubes.
You might want to get a used strong matching tubes at a better price.
If you really like them, then get a new NOS pair.
I'll tell you what I think you want which are the current production Gold Lion EL 84. Jim McShane a sponsor on this site can help you. No affiliation just a customer etc.
Alternatively you may want the real old stock British Mullards but good ones NOS are very scarce and expensive.
I'll tell you what I think you want which are the current production Gold Lion EL 84"
Ditto Times 1000.
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong" H. L. Mencken
I think you should try the DYI/Tube asylum for some more information on how to restore your amp.
That's what I have in my VTA 120 amp.
Thank you. I should change some capacitor? Which capacitor? Thank you
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