Im in the process of building a 5F11 Tweed Vibrolux, and I wasnt able to find adequate info regarding the PT. Im using a repro chassis, so Im stuck with a 2"x2.5" footprint. Ive come across several PTs with a 70mA current rating, and Im unsure if that is adequate for modern usage. The amp will be slightly modified from the stock power supply, as I will be using a 5V4 rectifier, increased filter capacitance and an added choke. Im hoping to get around 360-380V on the plates, and idle the 6V6s at around 13-15W.
Allen Amps also has a beefed up version of this PT, with 150mA current capacity. Would there be any tonal advantage going with this one? This amp will definitley be played mildly cranked, so Ill need all components to keep up. Thoughts? Any math to go along with your thoughts would be helpful
Denver, CO. 80022
Yeah - just copy the 6G2 or similar (but make the supply adjustable)
Building a better world (one tube amp at a time)
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