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Info: 12AX7 tubes Philips Amperex branded Electrohome, made in Holland

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CAD $100.00
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Condition: 9 - Excellent (?)
Date Posted: Apr 06, 18 10:25am (PST)
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Philips 12AX7 tubes stamped Electrohome
Made in Holland
12AX7 ELECTROHOME TUBES:
-short grey ladder plate,
-round top getter.
-4 ridges/seams at the top of the tube
-They are the I65 type,
-Made in the early !960's Herleen Holland


All great tested readings of:
1250/1250
1250/1275
1225/1200
1275/1250

-No gas or shorts!

I believe Electrohome bought tubes from Phillips, and the tubes they used are the same design, and had the same final testing as Amperex, Philips or Bugle Boy tubes.

These Philip Electrohome I65-type tubes are some of the best sounding 12AX7’s ever made.
They are famous for their solid bass, warm mids, and fabulous highs!

Tubes look exactly like the Electrohome pictured.
They do not have the bugle but this was common during this period of rebranding at the factory. Electronic companies deceived the pubic by saying stuff like "use only genuine Zenith tubes" etc. Inked production number says AY
PHILIPS ELECTROHOME
12AX7
Identified by:
- ring getter
- similar to Heerlen I65 tube

Amperex was an American company that re-labeled tubes from many sources. Many were from Heerlan, Holland (with a delta-shaped factory etch code)
The Bugle Boys 12AX7 were made in the Heerlan factory.
There were at least five different distinct variations of that tube type, depending on the date of manufacturing.

These tubes have most quiet, low noise distinct sonic characteristics!

Available @ $100.00 a pair!

Shipping is by Canada Post
Local Toronto GTA cash pick up is preferred.
I have tube testers here, or you can bring your tester/amp with you, and test before you buy!


Additional Information:

Aug 07, 16 7:45am
Also selling 12AT7 / 12AU7 / 12AX7 tubes as a lot.

G.E.*RCA*ROGERS*SYLVANIA*WESTINGHOUSE

Many singles,pairs,quads.

Priced to sell:
Any (4) tubes for $80.00

All purchases for $80.00 or more include FREE SHIPPING anywhere in Canada!

*All tubes fully guaranteed!
All test very good on my B+K tester!
I also have many other tubes to sell,so let me know what you need.

*Payment is by Canada Post money orders only please!
Shipping will be free for any purchase over $80.00

Nov 07, 16 3:54pm
Matching pairs of Philips 12AX7 tubes stamped Electrohome for sale!
12AX7 ELECTROHOME TUBES:I65
AY
A6
-R coded
-short grey ladder plate,
-round top getter.
-4 ridges/seams at the top of the tube
-They are the I65 type,
-Made in the early !960's


All great tested readings of:
1250/1250
1250/1275
1225/1200
1200/1250

-No gas or shorts!

*All my tubes are guaranteed 100%!!!
Full money back guarantee!!!
(less shipping)


I believe Electrohome bought tubes from Phillips, and the tubes they used are the same design, and had the same final testing as Amperex, Philips or Bugle Boy tubes.

These Philip Electrohome I65-type tubes are some of the best sounding 12AX7’s ever made.
They are famous for their solid bass, warm mids, and fabulous highs!
Shipping is by Canada Post
Local Toronto GTA cash pick up is preferred.
I have tube testers here, or you can bring your tester/amp with you, and test before you buy!

Tubes look exactly like the Electrohome pictured.
They do not have the bugle but this was common during this period of rebranding at the factory. Electronic companies deceived the pubic by saying stuff like "use only genuine Zenith tubes" etc. Inked production number says AY
PHILIPS ELECTROHOME
12AX7

Code: I65

Identified by:
- ring getter
- similar to Heerlen I65 tube

Amperex was an American company that re-labeled tubes from many sources. Many were from Heerlan, Holland (with a delta-shaped factory etch code)
The Bugle Boy 12AX7 was made in the Heerlen factory.
There were at least five different distinct variations of that tube type, depending on the date of manufacturing.

These tubes have most quiet, low noise distinct sonic characteristics!

Matching pairs still available @ $80.00 per pair.



Also selling 12AT7 / 12AU7 / 12AX7 tubes

G.E.*RCA*ROGERS*SYLVANIA*WESTINGHOUSE

Many singles,pairs,quads.

Priced to sell:
Any (4) tubes for $80.00

All purchases for $100.00 or more include FREE SHIPPING anywhere in Canada!

*All tubes fully guaranteed!
All test very good on my B+K tester!
I also have many other tubes to sell,so let me know what you need.

*Payment is by Canada Post money orders only please!
Shipping will be free for any purchase over $100.00

Jul 15, 17 5:42pm
We also have some more Vintage 1960's Philips Amperex (like Bugle Boys) ECC83 / 12AX7 tubes are now available
(Some of the stamping is wearing off due to age)
Given this only issue,these tubes are discounted @ $80.00 for a matched pair!
However all tubes test very strong and sound is excellent!

Jan 05, 18 7:59pm
Also have vintage slightly used-burned in (up to 30 hours or less) Mullard GZ34 / 5AR4 Rectifier Tubes

All were from the Blackburn Plant in Great Britian made back in 1962 + 1963

These tubes are the first version of the GZ34 / 5AR4 that were made after the metal base tubes.

These Fat Base Mullard Rectifiers are a most fair and firm $160.00 each

*Price includes shipping to anywhere in Canada

Payable by EMT, Cash, Canada Post Money Orders

Jan 06, 18 11:33pm

Tubes look exactly like the Electrohome pictured.
They do not have the bugle but this was common during this period of rebranding at the factory. Electronic companies deceived the pubic by saying stuff like "use only genuine Zenith tubes" etc. Inked production number says AY
PHILIPS ELECTROHOME
12AX7
Identified by:
- ring getter
- similar to Heerlen I65 tube

Amperex was an American company that re-labeled tubes from many sources.
These are tooled exactly the same as the Amperex Bugle Boys 12AX7's
There were at least five different distinct variations of that tube type, depending on the date of manufacturing.
These tubes have most quiet, low noise distinct sonic characteristics!
Available @ $100.00 a matching pair

Shipping is by Canada Post
Local Toronto GTA cash pick up is preferred.
I have tube testers here, or you can bring your tester/amp with you, and test before you buy!

Jan 08, 18 8:38pm
Philips 12AX7 tubes stamped Electrohome
Made in Holland
12AX7 ELECTROHOME TUBES:
-short grey ladder plate,
-round top getter.
-4 ridges/seams at the top of the tube
-They are the I65 type,
-Made in the early !960's Herleen Holland


All great tested readings of:
1250/1250
1250/1275
1225/1200
1200/1250

-No gas or shorts!

Electrohome organ grade market was supplied from Phillips
These tubes are the same design,tooling and had the same final testing as Philips Amperex Bugle Boy tubes.

These Philip Electrohome I65-type tubes are some of the best sounding 12AX7’s ever made.
They are famous for their solid bass, warm mids, and fabulous highs!

Tubes look exactly like the Electrohome pictured.
They do not have the bugle but this was common during this period of rebranding at the factory. Electronic companies deceived the pubic by saying stuff like "use only genuine Zenith tubes" etc. Inked production number says AY
PHILIPS ELECTROHOME
12AX7
Identified by:
- ring getter
- similar to Heerlen I65 tube

Amperex was an American company that re-labeled tubes from many sources. Many were from Heerlan, Holland (with a delta-shaped factory etch code)
The Bugle Boys 12AX7 were made in the Heerlan factory.
There were at least five different distinct variations of that tube type, depending on the date of manufacturing.

These tubes have most quiet, low noise distinct sonic characteristics!

Available @ $80.00 each tube
$100.00 for an excellent matching pair!

Shipping is by Canada Post
Local Toronto GTA cash pick up is preferred.
I have tube testers here, or you can bring your tester/amp with you, and test before you buy!

Jan 11, 18 6:45pm
Philips 12AX7 tubes stamped Electrohome
Made in Holland
12AX7 ELECTROHOME TUBES:
-short grey ladder plate,
-round top getter.
-4 ridges/seams at the top of the tube
-They are the I65 type,
-Made in the early !960's Herleen Holland

All great tested readings of:
1250/1250
1250/1275
1225/1200
1200/1250

-No gas leaks or shorts!

Electrohome bought these tubes in bulk tubes from Phillips, to be used exclusively for the organ grade market.
These tubes are the same design, and had the same final testing as Philips Amperex, Bugle Boy tubes.
These Philip Electrohome I65-type tubes are some of the best sounding 12AX7’s ever made.
They are famous for their solid bass, warm mids, and fabulous highs!

Tubes look exactly like the Electrohome pictured.
They do not have the bugle but this was common during this period of rebranding at the factory.
Electronic companies deceived the pubic by saying stuff like "use only genuine Zenith tubes" etc. Inked production number says AY
PHILIPS ELECTROHOME
12AX7
Identified by:
- ring getter
- similar to Heerlen I65 tube

Amperex was an American company that re-labeled tubes from many sources.
Many were from Heerlen, Holland (with a delta-shaped factory etch code)
The Bugle Boys 12AX7 were made in the Heerlan factory.
There were at least five different distinct variations of that tube type, depending on the date of manufacturing.

These tubes have most quiet, low noise distinct sonic characteristics!

Available @ $100.00 a matched pair

Shipping is by Canada Post
Local Toronto GTA cash pick up is preferred.
I have tube testers here, or you can bring your tester/amp with you, and test before you buy!

Mar 10, 18 12:26pm
ATTENTION all CAM member tube shoppers...
Finding the right tube for your amp/pre amp,you will find that there will be a lot of different opinions ....
Many times all the answers are right.
The complications can be is some tubes can be very system dependent so it will depend on your system as to which tubes sound the best.
We all desire quiet nice sounding tubes.
Why are some tubes noisier then others,or quieter in certain amps and not in others?
Audio tubes need to settle in and then will get better once burned in.
Definitely buy from a reputable dealers!
If you're going to be into tubes, its always beneficial to develop a relationship with dealers you can trust.
If you want to find the best sounding tube for your system and don't mind spending $$, then buy several brands/types and listen for yourself.
Each brand tends to feature characteristics that may appeal to you and match well with your unit, others not so much so there really isn't one 'best-sounding' tube out there as its very dependent on the application.
Also, while these super rare and uber-expensive tubes do sound great, they're best implementation is in sensitive pre amps and phono stages Remember, a good portion of their cost can be attributed to their scarcity, not just their sonics.
They really don't stand out in the usual amplifier's driver stage and in most other gear, a similar but substantially more common NOS tube of the same manufacturer will provide all but maybe the last 1% of the sonics of the super tubes at a much lower price.
Although improving, still many of the new tubes made today in Europe, China and Russia only reproduce random varied harmonics.
This can be why most of us upgrades to a vintage made tube made decades ago when these rare inner earth metals were available in the inside construction of the vintage tube.
These metals have become too expensive to use and today’s tube makers have found cheaper substitutes which seem to work but do not reproduce all the nuances and textures in music! ...



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