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Re: Budget Amp [message #9150 is a reply to message #9144] Sat, 06 August 2005 05:27 Go to previous message
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Sounds like good advice. I always turn on the ceiling fan when a tube amp is running. Buying the cheapest "anything" out there is a gamble, and that's especially true of tube equipment because of the higher operating parameters than solid state. I doubt this was designed with much excess capacity built into the power trannie, resistors, etc.




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