Steve: Besides the 3 dB, he'd get better match to exciter, better
harmonic suppression, and,better efficiency which is easier on the
tubes and power supply. Probably only changing taps on coils and maybe
a capacitor or two in grid circuit. Easily reversible mods. --Mike,
On Fri, Oct 6, 2017 at 4:46 PM, Steve Wright <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 07/10/17 09:26, Michael Clarson wrote:
>> The original problem was low power on 30 meters, indicating the AMP is
>> not tuning correctly. If it were my amp, I would want to correct that.
>> THEN, I would run it at 200 Watts.
> Uh huh. But why?
> All you you get is to damage the resale value and gain 3dB.
> Is there a valid point to that?
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