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Saturday, November 22, 2014

Live from Berlin : ETF 2014 - Part 14

Hi!

A report from the ETF would not be complete without some serious tube porn. So here you go:





A Eimac 35TG.




What a beautiful glow.





This is the output tube in an amp made by Reinout:




Notice the ratio of number of tubes vs. transformers and chokes!

He uses a 12-pin compactron as driver. Nice!






300Bs in a push pull amp from Japan:




Driven by RE604:




A thoriated tungsten filamentary triode in an amp made by Oliver:




With 816 mercury vapour rectifiers....




... with that nice blue glow when turned on:




Stay tuned for more tube porn!

Best regards

Thomas

2 comments:

  1. Nice report! Which th. tungsten triode with anode cap was that ? ...514? Looks very nice...

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  2. Hi!
    I don't know the exact type. Maybe the owner of that amp reads this and comments...

    Thom as

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