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RE: biasing setup on Scott 222D question

Therm
He just needs to do the Eico bias setup as they do on the HF50s and HF60s.
The reason they didn't on this unit was because of coat and convenience but you have a balance and bias pot for each channel,the 10 ohm for each tube makes sense.This is what I do on Scott 222s and it makes it so much easier to balance.

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  • RE: biasing setup on Scott 222D question - Michael Samra 20:04:55 03/19/17 (0)

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