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|Posted on January 5, 2017 at 07:20:28|
Location: New Mexico
Joined: April 5, 2014
I've been purchasing NIB/NOS 6AX5GT rectifier tubes for around $6 a tube lately.
With the price of NOS tubes climbing, it's refreshing to find something that does NOT cost you a mortgage payment?
6.3v/1.2A heater voltage, and you are in business!
Basically, it's an indirectly (slow warm-up) heated 5Y3 tube, with the same 125ma max current.
Be careful though, as the initial capacitor is only rated for 10uf, though you could probably go higher....to a point!
I have been using my 5v, 2 and 3 amp filament transformers to power super-cheap 5AQ5A and 5V6GT tubes instead.
|RE: 6AX5GT tubes, posted on January 5, 2017 at 11:40:04|
Joined: September 24, 2006
"I have been using my 5v, 2 and 3 amp filament transformers to power super-cheap 5AQ5A and 5V6GT tubes instead."
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