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How to wire tubes

Started by joecool85, March 06, 2008, 04:31:35 PM

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noobiePT

the triodes at least are, the other i never worked with but looking through the scheme looked like was right also, but cant be sure about it. anyway, just try, its not like its gonna blow up if you got it wrong(hopefully  ;D)

joecool85

Quote from: noobiePT on March 08, 2008, 08:19:49 PM
the triodes at least are, the other i never worked with but looking through the scheme looked like was right also, but cant be sure about it. anyway, just try, its not like its gonna blow up if you got it wrong(hopefully  ;D)

I'll be giving it a try in a day or so, I have a few other projects I need to finish first.
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rob_nl

You can find a description of nearly any tube at duncan amps. Check out this link:
http://tdsl.duncanamps.com/
theres a downloadable version of the tube library for free on his site.

J M Fahey

For these and many others check: http://www.mif.pg.gda.pl/homepages/frank/

Noval dual triodes generally go: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9= plate, grid, cathode, filament, filament, plate, grid, cathode, filament center tap (if applicable)

joecool85

I forgot to post back, I got it all working - my wiring was correct.  It's very quiet, which isn't surprising considering it's only 40mw output.  I'm considering using it as a preamp.
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Jack1962

go to duncanamps.com and download the TDSL prog , it id's most tubes and isf you click on the last tab to the right it will give you links to data sheets r2 ties to pin 2 on the tube.

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