Vacuum Tube - EL34B, Valve Art

Vacuum Tube - EL34B, Valve Art

Valve Art
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Octal power tube (Max Plate Watts = 25W) EL34B(with shadow grid) is a high performance improved version of pentode EL34A to solve the problem of overheated No. 2 Grid. Maximum anode dissipation is 25W and output power of single tube is over 10W in A1 amplification mode. When used in AB1 mode, two tubes can output over 35W. It can substitute 6CA7.

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Valve Art
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Packaging Dimensions2 in. × 2 in. × 6 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.163 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on October 26th, 2018.
October 26th, 2018
These tubes are made in China

Product Reviews

4.33 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
- June 6th, 2020
5 out of 5

These are great tubes for the money. I have four of these in my Dynaco ST-70 and they have provided a rich, clear sound going on 10 years now with zero issues. I erroneously ordered two replacement EL34Bs because I thought one had finally blown, but the issue turned out to be the GZ34 rectifier tube. So now I have some backsups and the originals just keep going.

- August 13th, 2018
2 out of 5

2 out of 4 in a quad worked properly, hard to believe they where actually quad matched.

- April 7th, 2015
4 out of 5

I have been using these tubes for the last 2 yrs,They sound pretty good..The main thing is Who you buy the tubes from..If you buy a Quad one tube will be bad and you will need to return..Out of the 3 quads I have bought I returned each one...Once you finally get a good pair or quad they last pretty good..Take it easy warming the tubes up,and how hard you play them They take about 10 hrs to set in..The Valve Art tube is bright with good headroom..If you are looking for "the brown sound" these are not the tube to get, there more for playing like The Who or Free.... Great Classic 1970's Marshall grind....If the tubes are bad you will know in a day or 2....So buy from a good tube store with No Hassle return..That is why I gave them a 4 out of 5.....

- March 27th, 2015
5 out of 5

This looks like the Shu Guang EL34B. I am liking these more and more every time I use them. The consistency is about average for modern valves, so they won't last as long, and some will fail early, but for the price these sound very good, and even if you do need to retube every 3 weeks, you won't break the bank doing it. I miss the Shu Guang 6CA7 fat bottles! These are a very nice option in the EL34 assortment. Valve Art seems to possibly do some rudimentary pretesting, and seems to cull out the junk. For the price, I will grant 5 stars. If I were comparing with NOS, this modern stuff would barely rate one or two stars, but I am considering price and availability, in my ratings. The Chinese will, hopefully strive to make better and better valves. It would not break my heart to see them eliminate some of the competition, so long as they do it by making a better assortment of higher quality valves.

- August 9th, 2014
5 out of 5

I love these. I've tried other EL34's in my Hughes and Kettner, but always come back to the Valve Arts.

- August 6th, 2014
5 out of 5

Great service and these Valve Art tubes are definitely under rated. Love the sound and hopefully they will last long term.

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