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In Reply to: RE: Somehow it involved a fuse posted by ChasLieb on September 29, 2015 at 17:16:52
Glad you got it sorted! FWIW we no longer use those fuses on the front panel by the power switch, and disable them when we see them. They lead to confusing issues like this one :)
The 6SN7s closest to the input connection will have the most effect.
The last 6SN7 in the row should be either a -GTA or -GTB version.
Thanks! Do those fuses serve no function? Would it hurt to put a larger value fuse in to avoid burnouts?
Thanks for the info on the 6sn7's - I take it there is no particular need for tube matching or plate to plate matching except for perhaps the first tube?
Yes, we no longer use those fuses. So we bypass the fuse holder and remove them.
The input tube does seem to work better with matched sections.
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