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RE: biasing setup on Scott 222D question

Randy
Just put a 10 ohm resistor to ground on each cathode.Then,you simply adjust for 0vdc between each pair of tube's cathodes with the DC balance pot.Then you adjust your bias to the current you want.I think the 7189s are 28ma to 30ma depending on your B+.

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  • RE: biasing setup on Scott 222D question - Michael Samra 11:28:33 03/19/17 (0)

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