ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz TAD Premium Selected (balanced)

Variants Description Stock Price Quantity
RT052 ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz TAD Premium Selected (balanced) on_Stock € 20,50
RT052 (2)
ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz TAD Premium Selected (balanced) (2x)
+ Matching in PAIRS for TAD-Preamp Tubes (balance selecting included), cost per PAIR
on_Stock € 48,20

ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz TAD Premium Selected (balanced)

The TAD ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz is selected with regards to a tight balance of both triodes making it ideal for the use as BALANCED PHASE DRIVER. In addition to the perfect symmetrical systems, the strong amplification characteristics of the TAD ECC81 / 12AT7-Cz support increased dynamics of the output stage when used as phase driver or phase inverter tube.

Q: When does a preamp tube become a Premium Selected tube?

A: All preamp tubes labeled Premium Selected have passed the following tests:
- Low Noise Test
- Microphonic Test
- Gain Test
- Sonic Tests
- Shock Tests
- Listening Tests
- Balanced Output Test

Matching and Selecting Options for Preamp Tubes
Matching in Pairs for preamp tubes means that two tubes show identical gain, hence, four characteristically identical systems.
This matching method includes our Balance-Selection. We highly recommend this matching method for hi-fi systems.

TAD Premium Selected/Highgrade tubes are guaranteed for a period of 6 months (according to terms of warranties)
for the quality criteria mentioned above.

RohS Compliant

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