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Speaker Identification, P6061-1 out of Lowry Organ

Discussion in 'Amp Central Station' started by printer2, Aug 9, 2018.

  1. printer2

    printer2 Poster Extraordinaire

    May 24, 2010
    Canada
    That is right folks, from a Lowry organ with a pair of 6V6's (real happy about that, I can always use another P-P transformer) a few 12AX7's and a whole bunch of oddballs, 6X8A and 6FA7. The 6X7 is odd that it is a pentode and a triode (gain of 40) with a common cathode. The good thing is the datasheet lists the bias on them at -1V, could be an input tube with one input similar to a 12AY7 and the other a pentode input. Might be interesting. The 6FA7 is a Tetrode (think pentode) with a common plate. Low current, around 5mA but then again they were not rating it for power, could be up to 10mA. At some point in time I will try them as an output tube for a sub 1W amp.

    Sockets are cheap wafer types, it does have a wack of terminal strips though. A whole lot of what looks to be neon lights, will have to figure that one out. But for today the question is the speakers. Codes of 6160-1 and 270112. Interesting magnet structure, cone seems guitar friendly.

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    Code give Quam as the manufacturer. Can't seem to find more.
     
    Last edited: Aug 9, 2018

  2. Wally

    Wally Telefied Ad Free Member

    Mar 17, 2003
    Lubbock, TX
    ‘270’ is the EIA code for Quam.
     

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