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  • 6H23 / 6922 Rocket Logo

    Rocket Logo 6H23 - This tube sounds wonderful. Great extension, nice mids. Getting preamp grade ones out of a batch is more difficult, so at this time we only have stocks that are Drive Grade; which means they're not really...

  • 6H23 / 6922 Type 2

    6H23 Type 2 - This was boxed a number of ways. They currently come in Electro Harmonix boxes, but we've also had them branded Sovtek, or with the original military markings calling them a 6H23. What counts is the sound,...

  • 6H23 / 6922 Type 3

    6H23 Type 3 - Also called a 6H23P-EB. This is one of the most durable 6922 types we have. It is very clear in the mids. Not as warm as the type 2. But if you have had trouble with noise or you own a difficult preamp, this is...

  • Amperex 6922

    Amperex "PQ" 6922 - Super super rare gold pin 6922 early 1960's vintage made by Amperex U.S.A. Branded with the "PQ" shield. We even have some made in 1960 which had the taller bottle similar to their Dutch cousins. In...

  • Amperex 6922 / E88CC

    Amperex "PQ" E88CC/6922 - Ohhh baby! I don't think I have to tell you guys much about this one. These are the real deal. These have gold pins and a straight bottle that is slightly taller than other 6922s, which tells us...

  • Amperex 6DJ8 / ECC88 Bugle Boy

    Amperex Bugle Boy 6DJ8/ECC88 - Ohhh baby! I don't think I have to tell you guys much about this one. These are the real deal. 1960's vintage NOS complete with Bugle Boy logo. You know these are one of the most sought after...

  • Amperex 7308 vintage gold pin!

    Amperex gold pin 7308 - Labelled PQ, JAN and USN, all U.S. made. Typically 1960’s vintage. I have super premium for the truly obsessive. Ever so slightly relaxed on top. Liquid, smooth midband. Fabulous, slightly full...

  • Ediswan CV2492 / 6922

    Ediswan CV2492 - This is perhaps one of the finest and rarest 6922 types ever made. Virtually unfindable in the U.S. Stunning midrange texture while maintaining top and bottom end extension. You may also sometimes see these...

  • Electro Harmonix 6922 Gold Pin

    This is the gold pin version of the 6H23 Type 2. Like the Type 2s, They are slightly relaxed... just a smidge warmer than the Type 3. If you have a Sonic Frontiers or ARC they will help you have a more palpable midrange...

  • Gold Lion E88CC / 6922

    Genalex Gold Lion E88CC 6922 - Others sell this tube as comparable to new old stock, or copied after new old stock, or whatever.  They usually do this as they don’t have the new old stock inventory we have. ...

  • Matsushita / National PCC88 / 7DJ8

    Here's a backstory to this tube- Back in the 80's I had an Audio Research preamp that used 6922's or 6DJ8's.  And I was well on my way into collecting tubes and figuring out how they sounded, why, and who really made...

  • Mullard CV2493 / 6922

    Mullard 6922 - Made in Great Britain. These came in packs of 100 packed for the British military, packed in military boxes. "CV" stood for "Common Valve" and 2493 was a designation for 6922. Will give you that famous, liquid...

  • Mullard E188CC / 7308

    Mullard E188CC/7308 - Made in Great Britain. Somewhat similar in sound to the Ediswan 6922; nice texture in the midband, still slightly relaxed on top as most 7308s tend to be, though not quite as relaxed an Amperex or...

  • Philips PCC88 / 7DJ8

    Philips PCC88/7DJ8 - 7DJ8/PCC88 are a great choice.  They are absolutely compatible with virtually any product that uses 6922 and 6DJ8   Whether it's an amp, preamp, CD player, whatever.   You...

  • Philips SQ E88CC / 6922 Made in Holland

    Philips SQ E88CC – Made in Holland.  One of my fav 6922 types and known for a really open and extended top end.  More air on top than let’s say a Siemens.  But that means more energy up there, so...

  • Pope PCC88 / 7DJ8

    Philips Holland / Pope PCC88/7DJ8 - This is the same thing as an Amperex Bugle Boy.  But I would prefer these as they are so perfect compared to some of the crappy quality leftover Bugle Boys I see on the market. ...

  • Siemens 7308

    Siemens 7308 - Made in the U.S.A. by Philips ECG and branded Siemens. Unlike most 7308 tubes that usually have a somewhat relaxed top end, this tube has a clean top end that maintains extension without being bright, neutral...

  • Siemens A-Frame E88CC/6922

    Siemens E88CC - Here it is folks; one of the finest 6922/E88CC ever made.  I found these in Europe in a very faraway country.  Made in Germany around 1970.  A-frame getter, gold pins.  This tube is...

  • Siemens CCa

    Siemens CCa - Made in West Germany. Impossible? This is the real deal... Super select 6922 variant. The rarest of the rare, and very hard to get preamp graded ones, so don't bust my nuts on the price. These were in bulk...

  • Siemens E188CC / 7308

    Siemens E188CC/7308 - In original boxes. Very rare tube. This vintage shares a lot of the sonic traits of the Amperex 7308: Slightly relaxed top end, wonderful smooth mids, but the bass is a smidge tighter. This is one of...

  • Siemens E288CC / 8223

    Siemens 8223/E288CC - I have just found a nice stash of these. They may be branded a few different brands, but they're all Siemens. This is a very smooth sounding 6922 variant that folks seem to like. Problem is... over...

  • Telefunken CCa

    Telefunken CCa - Made in Germany. Original box. Super selected 6922. One of the rarest of all 6922 types. What's funny is they don't test as consistent or as well as the Telefunken E88CC that we sell for less money. ...

  • Telefunken E88CC / 6922

    This is a $250 tube and will go back up.  You guys gotta slow down on these or I have to raise the price!!    Like all pre-amp tubes, we grade each one in a single tube phono stage, listening with...

  • Telefunken PCC88 / 7DJ8

    Telefunken PCC88/7DJ8 - This is a 7 volt version of the super-expensive, impossible to find 6DJ8. Smooth highs that maintain extension without being bright, with great detail and texture in the mids. 7DJ8/PCC88 are a great...

  • Tesla E88CC / 6922

    Tesla E88CC/6922 - These are not the current production JJ tubes... NOS 1960's vintage, made in what's now the Czech Republic. Very cool, low microphony, loiw noise, and test very well. Airy highs, smooth mids, and great...

  • Tungsram 6922

    Tungsram 6922 - Old production SWEET, extended, and stays quiet. This has been the hottest tube I have for picky phono stages, and I have had a HUGE response to these and many re-orders from giggly happy customers. Dead nuts...

  • Tungsram PCC88 / 7DJ8

    Tungsram PCC88/7DJ8 - This is a 7 volt version of the super-expensive, impossible to find 6DJ8. Nice detail and dynamics. Smooth, but still maintains sparkle. 7DJ8/PCC88 are a great choice.  They are absolutely...