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How do you represent your tubes in PSUD2?

Most of the elements, caps, chokes, trans, resistors, are self evident but the output tube whether power or signal, how does one determine or represent that?
I have been using the "current tap" and using the expected or estimated current requirement for the tube after the filter section of the power supply. Any other tips is also appreciated. cheers.

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Topic - How do you represent your tubes in PSUD2? - DAK 12:24:13 05/28/17 (19)


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