The EL34 is a much loved audio power valve with an anode dissipation of 25 Watts. References: Datasheet &. Type EL34 was first introduced in The EL34 is smaller in diameter and taller than the 6L6 and is capable of a higher plate voltage; factors that help give the EL34 its unique output stage properties. Tube Data Sheet Locator. only – please refer to original manufacturers data sheets to ensure that a substitute is safe and appropriate EL34 Application Data.
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EL34 – Wikipedia
The EL34 is a thermionic valve or vacuum tube of the power pentode type. Collection of Simon Reiger D. Collection of Heinz Schmidt D. Collection of Albrecht Schwaderer D. My tubes Anonymous Collector.
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Collection of Georges Werts Datawheet. The EL34 was widely used in higher-powered audio amplifiers of the s and s, such as the very popular Dynaco Stereo 70 and the Leak TL25 mono and Stereo 60, and is also widely used in high-end guitar amplifiers because it is characterized by greater distortion considered desirable in this application at lower power than other octal tubes [ citation needed ] such as 6L6KT88 or Collection of Hermann Fleischanderl A.
This configuration is typically found in guitar amplifiers.
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Although these tubes have similar but not identical characteristics, they are made very differently. Collection of Ignazio Burgio I.