Vacuum Tube - KT88, JJ Electronics

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Vacuum Tube - KT88, JJ Electronics

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The JJ Electronic KT88 is a sonically faithful reproduction of the original tubes with a robust construction encased in a thick glass envelope. The JJ KT88 delivers a powerful 42 Watts with plenty of headroom to spare. This tube has a tone that is warm and lively with a detailed and balance response. The JJ KT88 is an excellent choice for Hi-Fi stereo equipment as well as guitar amplifiers. It can be used in place of 6550 tubes.

Apex Tube Matching
Matched versions of this tube use Apex Matching
RoHS Compliant
SKU:
T-KT88-JJ
Item ID:
004876
Brand:
JJ Electronics, Apex Matched
Type:
Part Numbers
Single or MatchedOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
Apex Matched PairT-KT88-JJ-MP609722123235
Apex Matched QuadT-KT88-JJ-MQ609722123242
Apex Matched SextetT-KT88-JJ-MS609722123259
SingleT-KT88-JJ609722123228
Product Measurements
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Packaging Information
Packaging DimensionsSingle version2.3 in. × 2.3 in. × 5.1 in.
Apex Matched Pair version5.3 in. × 4.5 in. × 2.3 in.
Apex Matched Quad version5.3 in. × 4.5 in. × 4.5 in.
Apex Matched Sextet version6.8 in. × 5.3 in. × 4.5 in.
Weight (Packaging)Single version0.27 lbs.
Apex Matched Pair version0.54 lbs.
Apex Matched Quad version1.08 lbs.
Apex Matched Sextet version1.62 lbs.

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Asked by Anonymous on May 26th, 2017. 1 person subscribed to this question
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Matt H.
May 26th, 2017
The KT 77 and 88 will give you more lows but not necessarily less highs. Our experience has been that swapping preamp tubes has more of an effect on the high end than the power tubes. Also, if you have an older bivalve the KT88's will be to big for the top to fit.
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