I bougth the M-125 mono amps yesterday and have a few questions that I
thougth could just as well be asked here as sent as mail so....
I’m in the process of picking up the missing parts and I have a few questions regarding the rectifier.
Would you recomend either the EZ-33 or the solid state rectifier, based on bass resolution and dynamic drive?
The amps will only work from 50 to 350hz in an actively crossed over three way system.
I have already bought the Tungsol KT-120 tubes, would it be possible (and a good idea?) to use the WS1 copper
cap instead of the WZ68 or will the lesser voltage drop be a problem? (that's if I go for the solid state one).
WZ68 FOR USE IN GUITAR AMPS. Not designed for use with HIFI tube amps, tube radios, etc. -
Try the WS1 instead. Equivalent of 2x GZ34/5AR4 (dual rectifier). Voltage drop: 17V at Maximum Current: 450ma.
WS1 Replaces any rectifier tube with solid-state rectifiers for no sag. OK to for use with HIFI tube amps,
tube radios, etc. Diodes and Limiter only, No Sag. Voltage drop: 1V max at Maximum Current: 1000ma.
Edit: I belive I found one answer all by myself
Can I use this WS1 Copper Cap in an amp that doesn't have a standby switch?
No, there is no inrush current limiter on the WS1.
Best regards. Bengt