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    Korg Nu-Tube

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    Tom

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    Korg Nu-Tube

    Post by Tom on Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:43 am

    Was looking a DIY headphone amps http://www.pmillett.com/nuhybrid.html and saw this http://korgnutube.com/en/

    New to me, maybe not to you, but I thought it was pretty cool.



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    arledgsc

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    Re: Korg Nu-Tube

    Post by arledgsc on Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:43 am

    That is an interesting "tube".  I guess tube rolling would be rather difficult LOL. Operates at extremely low voltages - 0.7v heater voltage, B+ 5 to 80V.  Must last a while as the picture above has it directly soldered to the circuit board.  

    The 2nd link above did not work for me but this one did.  Datasheet further down.
    http://www.nutube.us/


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    Tom

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    Re: Korg Nu-Tube

    Post by Tom on Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:40 am

    Sorry for the bad link.
    Maybe you could solder in a socket for that "tube" (are there others to roll in?)
    like the ones that used to hold your computer memory.
    Haha. Old guys who remember that stuff...

    Ohhhh! 256K!!!!
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    Dogstar

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    Re: Korg Nu-Tube

    Post by Dogstar on Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:24 am

    How would I plug in my KT88 to 61P adapter?

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