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Need a audio valve for a Murphy type 262 . do not have original?

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  • horacejnr Jul 07, 2008

    I have sent for the valve you recommended (6P1) via Ebay if it works its a great service? I will let you know.





    Thanks robotek

    Gerry Egan

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The problem turned out to be the EABC 80 Triod Amp Valve Thanks for the A262 circuit download. Im only able to print half?

Thanks Gerry

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Hi, you can get a circuit from here, and the tube you need is a 6P1. They are rare, and a little hard to find try eBay. Chinese copies, but will do the job. Found this interesting info regarding an upgrade until you can find an original

The 6P1 is a slight oddball. They do crop up for not too much money andif you have room for a larger envelope a 6P25 is a good alternative.These are both high slope valves and an American substitute such as a6V6GT will not work well here.

If you are forced to make an adapter, I would suggest using a 6CH6 (B9Abase) and adjusting the bias. It will need less bias than the 6P1 soyou can just shunt the existing resistor - taking out the errors at thesame time. This also makes it easier to refit a 6P1 when you find one.

There is more info on changing out to an similer alternative for more obtainable NOS tube.

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robotek


Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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