try the old school way also.1.replace 2,200 uF w/ 4.7uF non polar, those used on tweeters will do fine2. replace 2uF w/ a .047/400V mylar you can find these on discarded psu or TV boards. (if not available .02, .05 .1 will also do fine.3. since you will be using these on solid state amp, series a 220K at the output after 1meg. the purpose is to virtually isolate the high Z output of tube to the low Z input of SS amp. you can increase the rail to 100V this time, Rp=100K.4. place 1meg from grid to groundPlease post results
ok sir , nag try ako sa 53vdc, distorted.. takot pa ako sa 100, 53 lang muna
because the output was not isolated, i understand you are using solid state amp, actually you can play with values starting from 220K up to 470K, whichever matches your preference, much better for experimentation purpose, use a 500K trimpot In my opinion that tube (& me ) will be much happy with a 100V rail, just exercise caution...
hehe meron ako dito 100k trimpot, cge update ako maya maya, 1 channel lang muna tirahin ko.
trimpot or pot?, mahirapan ka i -volume yan
anong di maitodo? distorted pa rin ba?
gawin mo na 330 or 470K resistor sa output...iLan nga pala value ng blocking cap mo?
wala bang humming, cracking of sound, wala bang umuusok nandyan na pala si sir tony, kain muna ako
how is the sound quality this time, how does it perform in the mid to high frequencies, what about the bass?