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Re: How to warm-up a SE34i.3 no vol, no pre,DAC w/vol?
Reply #15 - 01/29/14 at 23:40:04
 
Wow Matthew, talk about doing due diligence! Sounds like you have found some great sound, and like you I would hold steady for a while! Smiley
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Re: How to warm-up a SE34i.3 no vol, no pre,DAC w/vol?
Reply #16 - 02/03/14 at 23:09:50
 
We'll if I'm going to be all OCD about this thing, I may as well do it right Smiley

Any experts on why the 2P can be noisy noisy in the SE34i.3?

A friend told me this"The 6N1 have a Mu of 28-33, where as the 6N2P are at 85-95. I don't think the tubes (6N2P) per se are noisy, they are just noisy (mismatched) for the Decware amp. "

But Steve Decard prefers them as do I so I'm struggling with them the word "mismatched."  

Steve did you design the amp for the 6N2P or discover later that you liked them, and finding ones that fit are just a consequence of luck?

Would you explain.  Or would someone. pls explain.
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Re: How to warm-up a SE34i.3 no vol, no pre,DAC w/vol?
Reply #17 - 02/03/14 at 23:21:31
 
I never found them noisy.  Just clipped a lot sooner (more gain).

Anyway, I think the owners manual says to be sure to get the military grade, not the run of the mill.  I would imagine the run of the mill are the noisy ones.

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Re: How to warm-up a SE34i.3 no vol, no pre,DAC w/vol?
Reply #18 - 03/15/14 at 01:17:45
 
+1 for the  cryoed 6N2P-EV... huge  difference from 6N1P-EV- bigger stage, more volume- incredible... still dead quiet through HE-500's via headphone jack. AEG-Telefunken EL34's, Rogers 5AR4- thanks JEF!!
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