Steve Williams

New In Box KR PX-25 RK LIMITED SERIES Tubes For Lampizator Pacific

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Want to sell
Condition
New
Price
$750.00
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New IN Box, Shipping and handling included if shipped to within the continental USA
As many of you are aware I am not a tube roller. I bought these extra set of tubes from Lampizator when I purchased my Pacific DAC. I have used the KR 242's since my purchase and have never even removed these special anniversary PX25
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tubes from their box. These list for 949 Euros (or roughly $1075 USD). My Horizon arrives in the next few weeks and I thought these new, unused tubes should have a new home

Technical highlights are:

Improved structure support in the least vibrating glass points with double mica
Ceramic bases
Gold plated base pins
Triple thickness glass
Doubled cooling radiation surface for anode cooling
Barium heaters that run colder and have better emission
Closer tolerance matching
9th degree of vacuum for extended longevity

I am asking $750 USD and this will include shipping and handling within the continental United States
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Technical highlights are:

Improved structure support in the least vibrating glass points with double mica
Ceramic bases
Gold plated base pins
Triple thickness glass
Doubled cooling radiation surface for anode cooling
Barium heaters that run colder and have better emission
Closer tolerance matching
9th degree of vacuum for extended longevity

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