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ECC35=CV569=6SL7GT Mullard 1950 - 1960's (this 6SL7GT sub sounds superior to any US made 6SL7GT: must be used with plate voltages under 300V superb midrange detail and vocal reproduction, articulate bass and a smooth top-end, highly recommended for preamps and as an input tube in a power amp such as the Cary 805C) (Vplate max = 300 volts) - Eddie Current Zana Deux - Eddie Current Balancing Act - Cary 805C - Fi 421A amp - Audio Note
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ECC35=CV569=6SL7GT Mullard Sonic Comments Customer Comments: ----------------- "I was previously using RCA Red Base 5691's in an amp. Now I am using the Mullard CV569's. WOW! What a difference! The Mullards blow away the RCA Red Base 5691's!" "The CV569=6SL7GT Mullard tubes are better than the 5691, but also different. I mean the 5691 put always something more in front of the loudspeaker system. For example: with a recital, the voice is in front of the scene and the orchester behind, whereas the Mullard's put all the voices and the instruments on the same level (as the reality does), but with a precision and quality in tone never obtained before, and with space between them. It is surprising with original instruments on Bach's cantatas, Maria Callas singing (words are clearer) and old recordings (Brahms concerto by Gould and Bernstein: I never hear all that details!). The sound is softer too, zero aggressivity. In fact, the Mullards sound more "professional" and the 5691 more "HIFI" Custmer Comments on ECC35 Mullard: --------------------------------- "The tubes are better than the 5691, but also different. I mean the 5691 with the 2A3 mono-plates put always something more than another in front of the loudspeaker system. For example: with a recital, the voice is in front of the scene and the orchester behind, whereas the Mullards put all the voices and the instruments on the same level (as the reality does), but with a precision and quality in tone never obtained before, and with space between them. It is surprising with original instruments on Bach's cantatas, Maria Callas singing (words are clearer) and old recordings (Brahms concerto by Gould and Bernstein : I never hear all that details!..:) The sound is softer too, zero aggressivity. In fact, the Mullards sound more "professional" and the 5691 more "HIFI" Customer Comments on ECC35=CV569=6SL7GT Mullard: ----------------------------------------------- "I received the ECC35's yesterday and had to send you a note and let you know how great these tubes sound (at least in my simple system). I have tried Brimar CV-1985's, Tung Sol 6SL7WGT, RCA Red Base 5691's and JAN Sylvania VT-229 (1944). Of these, the Sylvanias were clearly the winner. They have a richness and musicality that the others cannot match. Then along came the Mullards. I heard details and depth in the music last night that I had never heard before and the soundstage became deeper and more three dimensional. Each of the other tubes mentioned has a certain strength. The RCA's have punch and extended highs, The Brimars throw a wide, deep stage and the Tung Sols are very clear and detailed. The Mullards however, seem to encompass all these qualities and add a harmonic richness that just makes the music sound better. Thanks for the great tubes."