GE 5751 5 Stars Black Plates

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“i think the vintage G.E. 5751 have the best sound from those 5..warm sound clear mid ranges.” Read

“… on that configuration the GE 5751 3 mica black plates just has no equal.” Read

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Raytheon 5751 Black Plates, Windmill

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“I do believe I’m in love. The Raytheon black plate 3 mice (1961)
is truly wonderful. I do like it better even than a GE BP 3-mica (1957).
clarity, dynamics, bass. yum.”

” Sweet and smooth Raytheon 5751 tubes with the rare four bladed windmill shape top getter. Rich and smooth tone with quiet background.” Read

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Sylvania JHS 5751 Black Plates, 3 mica

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“Wow, now here is a tube I didn’t expect to be as nice as it is, especially with the gold brand to compete with. This is a great tube, very solid buy. The dynamics are great, and they reproduce the sound very accurately.” Read

“Its strength is its midrange, but it may also be its weakness. The mids here are full, lush, tangible and maybe (just maybe) a trifle overblown. Occasionally i find the lush full vocals obscure just a bit of detail and reduce transparency slightly, but the mids are so lush I could understand how you might not care.” Read

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GE 5751 Gray Plates

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“Will outlast and outperform any of the current production crap! These are Joint Army-Navy tubes, USA made, and are a BARGAIN right now.” Read

” I love em, especially if an amp is prone to fizz or brittleness in the crunch, they will smooth it out, but its not like drastically reducing the gain so its a nice compromise” Read

“GE Triple Mica 5751 is absolutely unbeatable in the line stage of any Fisher that uses 7591 or 7199 output tubes, but not for 7868 output tubes” Read

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