The ECC88 is a VHF double triode with separate cathodes. The ECC88 was is 48 mm tall. References: Datasheet &. Type ECC88 was first introduced in ECC88 page sheet date. 1. 1. 2. 2. 3. 3. 4. A . 5. B. 6. C. 7. FP. The 6DJ8/ECC88 is a frame grid sharp cut-off twin triode with separate cathodes designed for use in cascode circuits, RF and IF amplifiers, mixer and phase in-.
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The frame grids have generally better parameter stability, lower noise and lower hum. All from the same factory code. Check also next item, datasheeg here. This is not possible for the most wanted part numebrs. Well, I think experience and detailed product knowledge is the same!
ECC 88, Tube ECC88; Röhre ECC 88 ID, Double Triode
Is your ECC88 microphonic? The ones we sell, are “EB”, also when not specified like this, it’s what they are. Original old blue boxes. These appear like that.
Left tube on the picture. Here is a Link to all test reports. For a pair, order two pieces, they are automatically packed as matched pairs if you do so. Made on Philips machines.
These come with Amplitrex computer test report. They are waiting for you there. Lucky on internet auction sites.
ECC88 Datasheet PDF
TESLA is even a frame grid tube! Elektronska Industri, former Yugislavia.
dataxheet If you want a single you can only take the ones we have, we can not break up a pair for it. Tube is offered as used, but may be new.
For the rest every little detail is identical. Mind you they draw twice the heater current. Also you should try the Svetlana types 6N1P. This is confirmed by the construction, there is the characteristical A-Shaped getter holder inside, and more details.
When it writes on there “ECC88, 1 ” as you see on the picture here this means this tube was made in Germany, indicated by the number “1”. JAN was the first choice, the rest got sold commerically. Like this, and no other way!
Low noise version of 6N1P. However not with those! This is the reason why JAN tested tubes are so often agvailable as commercial tubes also!! Strangely so, but I see it over and over again. Done so in when these were made, but JAN testing is still used for semiconductors as well. So with them, what you pay is what you get.
When you refer to finest datasheet details, they say they don’t need to know, they have already “30 years experience”. These were made for the military, as you can see from the sword signs on the back side of the tube. In ec88 problem cases, the ECC88 is not used correct.