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ECC802/12AU7 - JJ Electronics, Long Plate

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ECC802S is a long plated 12AU7 medium gain pre-amplifying double triode. Long plate provides a very rich and full sound from the deep bass to the high end.

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5.00 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

I used this in a Behringer VT999 tube monster FX pedal and it made a huge difference. I was able to get the pedal to sound the way I wanted it . Very nice . Thanks Antique Electronics for all your help .

Marc - March 27th, 2017

Great sounding tube. Using it as cathode follower driving p-p 807 tubes..60 w AB1.

JoecRisher - May 2nd, 2015

I don't have much to compare these to, but I am very satisfied with these ECC802S. I don't feel the need to try the gold pin type. I use two of the ECC8O2S in a Forewatt preamp and they make the music "bloom" (best way to describe it). My power amp has a 6N1P driver and it sounds pretty much 2 dimensional on its own. Adding these make the sound stage taller and deeper. Bass is holographic and more "round" sounding. Much more of a high quality, refined sound. Put it this way, they regularly cause me to sit up and take notice and at times have even brought tears of joy. Some of you know what I mean.

garrardfisher - January 21st, 2015

Perfect replacement ECC82/12AU7 tube for my Audio Note Soro. I test all my tubes on a tube tracer and both sections matched well. Great customer service!

Raceworks - December 15th, 2014

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