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V69 mic has a buz or hum. could this be caused by an old vac tube? What tube is best for V69 used for vocal recording?

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  • jerry679 Jun 19, 2009

    I'LL TRY CHANGING THE TUBE AND GET THE TUBE # YOU SAID. I'LL GET SEVERAL TUBES TO FIND WHAT I LIKE BEST
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    JERRY MORGAN

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Replacing the vac tube is a good idea.

Try the tube nos. 5751 and 6072. but the 6072 definitely brought the most noticeable difference. In some cases the 12AX7 (which is the original). More aggressive and could sometimes suit the source better. But if you don't like it, you may try the 6072.

Hope it helps and have a great day!

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