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Message started by Finch on 10/23/17 at 00:38:37

Title: What do your meters normally read?
Post by Finch on 10/23/17 at 00:38:37

What mA do you expect with a 6P15P-EB?

How do these meters work? Does the input tube affect the output?


Title: Re: What do your meters normally read?
Post by Tripwr1964 on 10/27/17 at 17:19:00

mine sit at around 36 mA.

Title: Re: What do your meters normally read?
Post by Martindfletcher on 11/12/17 at 06:09:42

Mine are same as trip.

Title: Re: What do your meters normally read?
Post by Finch on 11/13/17 at 05:16:40

Thanks, I saw a picture somewhere with the meters over 40. Mine are 36 with the stock tubes too.

Title: Re: What do your meters normally read?
Post by Steve Deckert on 11/17/17 at 03:09:56

The mA reading on a UFO2 with 6N1P-EB tubes range from 20~40, the majority landing around 24 mA.  It depends on the tubes themselves.  Interestingly, with this tube, there does not seem to be a real difference in sound or power output between one that reads 20 vs. one that reads 30, so the more important reading is that of similarity.  Whatever one tube reads, ideally the other should also read.  If they are different beyond 5 mA there is usually a channel imbalance.

Steve

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