Vacuum TubesThe first electronic amplification of sound was done with Vacuum Tubes. We have pre-amp, power and rectifier vacuum tubes among other types in New Old Stock from the golden era of American & European manufacturing as well as current production tubes from today.
Vacuum Tube - 6100 / 6C4WA, Philips ECG, Triode, Medium-MU
Philips ECG, Triode, Medium-MU
Vacuum Tube - 6K7G, Pentode, Remote Cut-Off, RF
The 6K7G is an indirectly heated pentode of the vari-mu (remote cut-off) type for use in the RF or IF stages of radio equipment.
Vacuum Tube - 6BY7 / EF85, Pentode
R.F. pentode with variable transconductance for use as wide-band amplifier.
Vacuum Tube - 5726 / 6AL5W, Dual Diode
Twin diode miniature type intended for applications where dependable performance under shock and vibration is paramount. The 5726 is a "premium" version of the 6AL5W
Vacuum Tube - 6BN4A, Triode, HF
Miniature medium-mu triode designed for as a radio-frequency amplifier in a VHF television tuner.
Vacuum Tube - 6J6A / ECC91, Dual Triode, Medium MU
Twin triode in the 7 pin miniature construction. It can be operated in parallel or push-pull.
Vacuum Tube - 6688 / E180F, Philips, Pentode, RF, Gold Pin
Special quality pentode designed for use as wide band amplifier.
Vacuum Tube - 6BK7-A-B, Dual Triode, HF
Miniature twin triode designed primarily for use as a cascode amplifier at frequencies below approximately 300 megacycles.
Vacuum Tube - AZ41, Rectifier, Full Wave
High vacuum full wave rectifying tube.
Vacuum Tube - 6JT6A, Beam Power Amplifier
Beam power tube for horizontal-deflection-amplifier service in black-and-white TV receivers.
Vacuum Tube - 5755 / 420A, Dual Triode
The 420A electron tube is a double-triode having separate indirectly heated cathodes. The heater is center-tapped to permit operation from a 6.3 or 12.6 volt filament supply.
Vacuum Tube - 6BY6, Heptode
Miniature dual-control heptode designed primarily for use as a combined sync separator and sync clipper in television receivers. Each of the two independent control grids exhibits a sharp cutoff characteristic.
Vacuum Tube - EL34B, Valve Art
Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 25W) EL34B(with shadow grid) is a high performance improved version of pentode EL34A to solve the problem of overheated No. 2 Grid. Maximum anode dissipation is 25W and output power of single tube is over 10W in A1 amplification mode. When used in AB1 mode, two tubes can output over 35W. It can substitute 6CA7.
Vacuum Tube - 3Q4, Pentode, Power
The type 3Q4 is a miniature type power-amplifier pentode designed for use in the output stage of battery operated equipment.
Vacuum Tube - 6BN6 / 6KS6, Discriminator, Gated Beam
Heater-cathode type beam tube of miniature construction designed primarily to form the combined operations of the limiter, discriminator, and audio-voltage amplifier in FM and intercarrier television receivers.
Vacuum Tube - 6AF4A / 6DZ4, Triode, UHF, Oscillator
Medium-mu triode in the 7-pin miniature construction. It is designed for local oscillator service in television receivers which operate in the UHF region, internal lead inductance is reduced by employing double connections to the plate and grid.
Vacuum Tube - 6HA5 / 6HM5, Triode, HI MU
Miniature triode designed particularly for service in VHF television tuners as a grounded-cathode RF amplifier.
Vacuum Tube - 32, Tetrode
Sharp cut-off tetrode designed for use as a radio-frequency or intermediate-frequency amplifier or as a detector tube in battery operated receivers.
Vacuum Tube - 6CN7, Dual Diode, Triode
Duplex-diode high-mu triode in which separate cathodes are provided for the diode and triode sections. The tube is primarily intended for service as a combined horizontal phase detector and reactance tube in television receivers.
Vacuum Tube - 8950, Pentode, Power Amplifier
Compactron beam power pentode primarily designed for RF power output applications. Features of the 8950 are dual cathode and grid connections for lower lead inductance, and a 13 volt heater.
Vacuum Tube - 5763, Tetrode, Beam Power
Heater-cathode type transmitting beam power amplifier in the 9 pin miniature construction. It is intended for use in compact, low-power mobile transmitters and in the low-power stages of larger fixed station transmitters.