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Title: Built In Effects Loop - Tube Town
Post by: phil esposito on September 26, 2018, 12:15:37 PM
Has anybody had success with installing a tube loop internal to their amp rather than the external  c-lator?

https://www.tube-town.net/ttstore/Kits/Misc-Kits/Kit-Dumbleator::7376.html

I could see that being a good solution but you would have to add another filtered b+ somehow??


Title: Re: Built In Effects Loop - Tube Town
Post by: serialtonekiller on September 27, 2018, 03:02:11 PM
Hi Phil,

Sorry I did not tested the tube version but the LND150 FET version from TT, and it works.

I integrated it after the master volume of my modified OTS "Serial Tone Killer". You can see it in the center of the chassis, along with FX loop and reverb switching relays :

(https://img.lght.pics/2vsr.jpg)

I think that the tube version has its proper complementary B+ like the FET version, so you just have to connect it to B4 or B5 on an OTS schematic.

Cheers !



Title: Re: Built In Effects Loop - Tube Town
Post by: phil esposito on September 27, 2018, 07:49:06 PM
Cool...thanks for the reply!  How did you power yours?


Title: Re: Built In Effects Loop - Tube Town
Post by: serialtonekiller on August 19, 2019, 05:16:24 PM
Sorry for the very late answer...  :-[

It is powered by the plate voltage derived from +B4 via an additional RC filter.

A+!


Title: Re: Built In Effects Loop - Tube Town
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