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A Mullard CV4003 M8136 (12AU7) was among a stash I bought a ways back, accompanied by a pair of CV4024 (12AT7).
I can't compete with the dead (Buck W. 2010)
$45 gets them out the door tomorrow. $50 gets them out the door yesterday (Byrd 2016)
Cowards can't be heroes. (Byrd 2017)
Does the R prefix on the printed code mean the Mitchell plant in England?
It is a pretty great photo. Mil spec tubes?
Wonder why Mullard did that? Doesn't thin strips of metal have current carrying limitations?
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