New Tungsol El34's In!

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    Just dropped them in and biased at 36 at 37 is 70% I do find the red 1 a bit brighter on the DSL40 then the EH I was usin,g will these smooth out some? or maybe bias at 34? I will prob will check it in a week. Thanks!
     
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    Thanks sir~!
     
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    Ive been using the Tungsol EL-34's in two 100 heads a couple years and i find them everything =C='s were and more.

    My tech biases in pairs @ 66ma which would be 33 per tube @ 440vdc on the plates in my JMP.

    I bias my JCM-2000 DSL 100 @ 80mv per side. Never had a problem from Laura @ Valvequeen.com

    She closely matches & burns in her tewbs.
     
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