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Is there any justification to use, out of production tubes, to build an
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Is there any justification to use, out of production tubes, to build an
audiophool amp?!

Omer


Yes, I like them. I bought enough to last me from now on, so you can
have the rest.

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Beautiful... How did you mount the sockets?? Warren


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Beautiful... How did you mount the sockets?? Warren


You can see some additional photos at
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Beautiful... How did you mount the sockets?? Warren

You can see some additional photos at
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Raymond


Very neat idea to keep copper part uncluttered. Warren




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