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Help needed for testing 6p15p-ev tubes (Read 875 times)
HABZ-FAN
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Help needed for testing 6p15p-ev tubes
03/06/10 at 14:47:30
 
I've received my 10 pack of these tubes from Moscow, did the CCE mod , and we all know the results.
  I can't test these tubes properly, I have a Stark 9-66 tester which a Hicock licensed tester that is close to the Hicock 750. I tested a pair as if they were an el84 , this yeilded around the 2000 micromos ,an el84 should be around 3000, repeated the test using 7189 settings ,similar result .
  Anybody been able to come up with settings that would yeild a proper test result ? I've googled this and don't seem to come up with an answer ,other guys have asked this, but , no definitive answers came back . Appreciate any input on this , thanks Dan
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Re: Help needed for testing 6p15p-ev tubes
Reply #1 - 03/06/10 at 18:36:27
 
You have to post over on Antique Radio Forums under Test Equipment Discussion. That is where I got the dope on testing the 6N1P-EV tube. The folks there will come up with a tube that is electrically equivalent to the Rusky valve and you will be able to starkly test it.
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Re: Help needed for testing 6p15p-ev tubes
Reply #2 - 03/07/10 at 22:23:45
 
Thanks for the reply a similar question has been posted at Antique Radio Forums . Lets hope it get's results. thanks Dan
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