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paulf-2007

The 1 watt thread and my amp

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Been looking at the 1 watt amp thread and got interested. Had a look at the decware site at their SE84C+ amp with 6N1P input tubes and EL84 outputs( I think). Now my amp has 2 x 6N1 tubes but, knowing nothing about amps, I don't know if they are input or output tubes.They are the only tubes it has. Its a chinese amp a Mistral DT-307A, supposedly 25w per channel. Any ideas guys.Here is a pic of it, its the top box with the large transformer, pretty eh? Sounds bloody marvellous. Oh it has a 60w input

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so it has a valve pre and solid state power amp then. Would 25w make sense with 60w power supply.
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Yeah, it's almost certainly valve pre, solid state power. It doesn't say whether the input power is peak, max, average or whatever. I wouldn't worry too much.
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its certainly not something I'd lose sleep over, just interested to know if it is 25w or maybe is less
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[b]paulf-2007 wrote: [/b][quote]its certainly not something I'd lose sleep over, just interested to know if it is 25w or maybe is less[/quote]
It's not possible to say without knowing the topology, unfortunately.
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a yaqin phono stage and pre amp, does mm and mc and makes a dramatic difference to my cdp when using the pre amp.
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