Took me a minute to determine the front-end tube numbers. Viewed from the front of the amp and NOT upside down, V4, the cathode follower, is the single in front. V1, the input tube, is the left-rear, and that's easy to deduce--it's the 'N7 closest to the signal-input jacks. V2, the upper part of the CCS* is the center tube. V3 is in the right-rear. The eagle-eyes among us can probably determine that from the pic.
Both amps are in process of their minimum-24-hour new-amp-and-new-tubes conditioning. More pics of the circuitry are at the link.
* and pls correct me if this is the wrong terminology.
Tin-eared audiofool, large-scale-Classical music lover, and damned-amateur fotografer.
William Bruce Cameron: "...not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted."
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Topic - Received my new M-60s today. - jeffreybehr 19:58:52 04/12/16 (11)
- Got the new couplings caps and load resistors installed... - jeffreybehr 01:24:01 04/17/16 (0)
- RE: Received my new M-60s today. - pathologymd 15:37:20 04/13/16 (9)
- some Mk3.3 changes - Ralph 09:35:51 04/19/16 (2)
- RE: some Mk3.3 changes - pathologymd 15:34:25 04/20/16 (0)
- Ralph, TYVM. 'Twas a pleasure talking with you today. More on tube positions. - jeffreybehr 16:52:14 04/19/16 (0)
- RE: Received my new M-60s today. - llwhtt 13:17:25 04/15/16 (0)
- RE: Received my new M-60s today. - jeffreybehr 17:33:18 04/13/16 (4)
- The small circuit board - Cousin Billy 04:18:51 04/15/16 (3)
- OK on the CCS. No it does not have two input tubes. - jeffreybehr 11:54:48 04/15/16 (2)