>I know that it is not resistive. I even stated that. However, one can
>simulate an average impedance for that device as an approximation.
? My position is that it is not very logical to try and simulate the
highly complex cathode-Z of a tube if you have one in-hand.
> I have
>spoken to others who have done this in addition to myself and they have
>confirmed that it works.
? It gets you in the ballpark. Making L and C2 adjustable is not a bad
idea if one is using a solid-state output radio to drive the amp. . With
a TS-830S, it does not matter.
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