The other day I wrote about the WE300B made in 1988, but GEC is the KT88 <br>When we stopped manufacturing, we had a similar story temporarily.
"Gold Lion" series.
At that time, many enthusiasts and vacuum tube dealers gave us normal specs. <br>When I use it, it wears down quickly, but is it okay? a lot of talk with <br>There was.
So, when the dealer at the time looked into it, it was barely above the rated phon.
I suspected a plate loss because it felt red hot even when over.
The previous, old KT88 was, well, sturdy and had no problems at all. , was complained that this lot was weak.
The sound certainly doesn't have the thick and heavy feeling that the KT88 originally has.
For that reason, we temporarily refrained from purchasing, but after a while
GEC is also talking about discontinuing production.
It was part of the last lot.
I love GEC tubes.
It was a company that I didn't want to stop.
It's nostalgic when I think about it now.
When GEC's KT66 and KT88 arrive in a large cardboard box <br>I was excited until the moment I opened it.
A sticker written as GEC was pasted on a black and yellow background.