Here is what the manual says:
Maximum drive power: 150 watts
Grid current, never exceed: 200 ma
If plate current exceeds 1 amp, it will be impossible
to see a dip when tuning. Tune for maximum power out
without exceeding 200 ma grid current.
If the above limits are observed, the tubes will last
a long time, which is good, for they are on the endangered species list! (8875)
Have fun...and good DX!
410 VZ CR 4903
Ben Wheeler, TX 75754
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2001 12:09 PM
Subject: [AMPS] Tuned input
> A friend of mine recently purchased a Dentron MLA-2500. In the archives I
noticed some one had asked about this amp before, but I could not find the
answer to this question. Since the MLA-2500 does not have a tuned input what
percautions are necessary to use it with a solid state rig.
> As you can probaly guess I am not very familiar with amplifiers or their
construction, but am planning to rectify that with some studying on the subject.
> TNX & 73,
> Jim KM8I
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