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Author Topic: 12AX7EH (Electro-Harmonix) against 12AX7WS Warm Stone (AMT)  (Read 18566 times)


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Re: 12AX7EH (Electro-Harmonix) against 12AX7WS Warm Stone (AMT)
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2013, 02:39:55 PM »
don't give a crap about some scientific transfer function as a sales point!

Anecdotes don't mean anything with out at least some comparisons to real vacuum tubes...

That's where those "scientific transfer functions" come in. Those are the only objective and universal data about tubes. If transfer curves are identical or similar then the same thing can also be expected about overall performance.

Do they sound good or not...

Is not a good example of objective and universal data. Everyone can have their own - often highly biased - opinion about that topic.

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Re: 12AX7EH (Electro-Harmonix) against 12AX7WS Warm Stone (AMT)
« Reply #16 on: December 21, 2013, 02:19:51 PM »
the two wav files of guitar accompaniment sound the same to me
the AMT 12AX7WS diagram looks like a tube diagram
where is the ss diagram of this device ?
is it FET, bipolar, what ?
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