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Old 18th June 2003
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HHHHMMMMMMMMMM Daking.... ( Homer Voice)

Is there anything those puppies cant do?... gotsa get me some of them ASAP.

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Old 18th June 2003
  #32
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They don't make teadfegad
Old 18th June 2003
  #33
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Quote:
They don't make tea
or roll nice big FATTIES!!!!!! hahah heh

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Old 18th June 2003
  #34
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But I think they are smoking in some strange kind of way.heh
Old 19th June 2003
  #35
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Originally posted by andre tchmil
JAY, explain why the tubetech 2 B sucks big D compared to the 2 A ?
I'm interested because I wanna buy one of these ..... some day
It just doesn't sound as good. It's smaller where the 2A makes things a bit bigger sounding. The 2B doesn't suck as much as some other things out there (9098CL comes to mind), but when you have a chance to compare a recently tuned LCA-2b to a recently tuned LCA-2a there's no comparison. The overall tone is better, the limiter section is actually useful for some things, the low end is way better, the midrange is less smeary etc. Also, the 2A runs way hotter. Most people take the top cover off and leave an open space up there.
stike
Old 19th June 2003
  #36
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ah, thanks for the info.
what do you mean with " recently tuned " ?
Old 20th June 2003
  #37
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Ya want all the secrets right???

The LCA-2a needs to be biased like a guitar amp. Also the gain cells are prone to drifting on a regular basis. That's one of the things they fixed with the LCA-2b, also bringing the operating temp down. The 2B is more stable then the 2A. Honestly, I wouldn't kick either one out of bed but if given the choice for the same amount of cash, I'll take the 2A even though it costs a bit more to run.
Old 23rd June 2003
  #38
If we're talking mix-comp I like STC-8 and Drawmer 1969...actually I usually prefer the 1969.

If we're talking guitar-sub the Manley ELOP is way cool!
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