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Socket - 8 Pin, Phenolic, top mount

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SKU: P-ST8-600
Item ID: 003368
Price: $4.69
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8-pin phenolic tube socket commonly used for octal based power, preamp, and rectifier tubes.

  • Top mount
  • 1” to 1-1/8” chassis hole required
  • 1-1/2” mounting centers
UPC/EAN: 609722131483

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

4.20 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
5 out of 5

Received new Octal tube socket promptly. Worked perfect in my 1938 radio as a replacement for old one with damaged pin connections. Perfect fit when mounted from top side of chassis at a good price.

- May 5th, 2020
5 out of 5

These are my 'go-to's for power tube sockets. Made tough, made well. Stand up to minor twists on the lugs and easily takes solder making my retirement occupation a pleasure.

- January 11th, 2019
1 out of 5

These are not very good. First time I pulled out my GZ34 rectifier tube, two unused pins came out with it. Makes me very concerned about how much stress will be imparted to the solder connections on other pins.

- November 21st, 2018
5 out of 5

The Phenolic 8-pin sockets I purchased installed easily and made my necessary repairs happen.on my 1959 Gibson Explorer tube amp. I got nothing but appreciation for Antique Electronic Supply for consistently and quickly filling my orders, and helping when asked, and no surprise, when I have another tube amp project, they will be the ones I depend on. Thanks and have a good one guys!

- September 8th, 2018
5 out of 5

Best socket I have used for power tubes. I butchered a pair of these several times on a prototyping build and they keep taking abuse even after folding and twisting the pins several times. Pins have been straightened back and are working fine.

- June 28th, 2014

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