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Letting new tubes 'burn in'?
Old 6th July 2005
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Letting new tubes 'burn in'?

Hey Gang,

Is it recommended to leave new tubes on for a while? I've heard new tubes have more high end to them which smooths out after some initial burn off? I have a new Lawson L47MP and besides the warm up period for tube gear, should I also be burning the tube in for a set amount of hours?



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