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PostPosted: Fri, Dec 28, 2018 1:58pm 
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Should I use them in a build or frame it and hang it on the wall? Anybody know the model number or series name?

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Very cool indeed :rock:
I wonder how much voltage those little guys will take?
May be best to just keep it as a cool piece of "amp geek" art

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PostPosted: Fri, Dec 28, 2018 3:46pm 
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They're rated at 500v so they should be fine for treble caps and bright caps?

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PostPosted: Wed, Jan 30, 2019 10:10pm 
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500v should be good for most smaller amps in the preamp and PI stages. the biggest voltage I have ever seen off a plate of a 12AX7 or any other preamp tube is around 390 volts, so a 500v cap should be good to go. Surges can be handled normally, and if you already have 'Cushion' built in, I would just use the an not worry one minute.


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