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Siemens Halske E88CC / BEST 6922 Grey-Shield HOLY GRAILS MATCHED PAIR 1964

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SIEMENS E88CC 6922 GRAY-SHIELD 1964 HOLY-GRAIL MATCHED PLATINUM LOW-NOISE PAIR - RATED "BEST SOUNDING" # 1 6922 / E88CC EVER MADE 1964 (A01 series) Vintage with Siemens Halske E88CC, the same identical tubes with gray-plates in the pictures. ACTUAL PICTURES OF 1964 (A01) low-noise PAIR AS DISPLAYED IN ACTUAL PICTURES. THE ACID-CODES ARE IN THE GLASS ( NOT stamped on tags) BOTH CODES VERY CLEAR From the Tubemuseum Vaults - A REAL Archeological find ... EARLY 1960's (1964) Siemens Halske with VERY RARE "O" Getters with Gray Electro-Static Shield-Plates. "Rarest and most sought after 6922, has "gray shield" between plates, Most realistic sounding holographic soundstage, pure seductive sonic joy, complex symphonic images emerge effortlessly" - quote from the tubemuseum review. Audiophiles vote these as the best-sounding Frame-Grid Construction 6922 - even better sounding than Telefunken! These tubes are known for excellent performance, smooth highs, inner detail and overall resolution and balanced sound. Revered by many as one of the MOST DESIRABLE 6922 - the HOLY-GRAIL of the E88CC family and the MOST DESIRABLE 6922. CERTIFIED ULTRA-LOW-NOISE PHONO-GRADE SPECIMENS - Manufactured in Munich Germany almost half a century ago! Low Noise early 1960's Siemens Halske 6922 - THE BEST! Display the acid in glass codes AФ1≠4x and AФ1≠4x Price is for a Balanced Matched Platinum low-noise pair. No Gas, and zero (0) uA heater-to Cathode (H-to-K) zero leaks Fixed Bias Readings tested @ 90 eP % of the Balanced Matched, Platinum Low Noise "Best Quality" Siemens E88CC/6922 This tube is known for excellent performance, smooth highs, outstanding 3-D holographic soundstage, lots of open-air, inner detail, and overall perfect resolution and balanced sound. Improved dynamics, frequency extension accross the spectrum are immediately obvious, making the music sound much more accurate and real. A major improvement over other E88CC / 6922's Make sure you are buying Real Siemens Halske E88CC / 6922 tubes - They have the double-stage getter frame-grid construction, Gray separator or Gray Electro-static shield, 4 seams on top and numbers in the glass between the pins and the Siemens Halske ‡ codes in the glass "...If you haven't yet experienced SIEMENS 6922'S you don't know what you have been missing. Instruments seem to come out of the wood-work, you hear harmonies, musical energy & subtle Nuances which you haven't heard before, and without these you may never hear them ..." E88CC versus CCa; Is it the same thing? CCa = LOW-NOISE E88CC "6922" = PREMIUM QUALITY GOLD PIN E88CC: The "CCa" is an E88CC specially selected for "Post Germany" in the 1950's -60's, they were a special low noise, low microphonic, long-life E88CC / 6922. Philips had similar "designations" for the "Dutch Post", some tubes that were selected had "PTT" * and "BP" lettering or etched designations, but they were the same as a top specification E88CC. The "German and Dutch Post" consisted of telephone, telegraph, telex, and the postal system "tube" technologies which required LOW-NOISE E88CC / 6922. A CCa is the same as a 6922 but was tested and certified with high mA, RP, and Mu and lowest-noise audio threshold - the same proceedure the Tube Museum New York certifies tubes by today. Much of the telephone centrals used vacuum tube technology equipment for telephone equipment requiring a "noise-free" enviroment. The letters "CC" probabably equates to "double triode", and for a special low-noise design - the "frame-grid" inner construction, which was actually invented by Amperex USA, and became ubiquitous - Present, appearing, or found everywhere in the 6922/E88CC design of the day, including Siemens Halske, Telefunken, Amperex, Philips, and many others. Internally the inner construction of the CCa is identical to Siemens Halske E88CC - why? Because the only difference is the cosmetic-lettering and ofcourse the "special selection" of the best and quietist specimens. In addition, the suppliers of the day, wanted a sure method of identifing the tubes they provided, as the very tubes sold to these companies. It could have been very easy to swap with a current different E88CC in the day, if it wasn't uniquily labeled, simply by walking down to the local radio shop and purchasing a different tube. The CCa factory markings identified the original supplied tubes as the ones guaranteed by the Siemens "Klingarm" Division ( "Klingarm" is the term for low microphonics. You often see Telefunken EF12K or AC701K, the K means Klingarm) whom charged a premium for selected low-noise high mA specimens for industrial customers. * Pneumatic tubes controlled by vacuum tube amplifiers (or capsule pipelines or Lamson tubes; also known as Pneumatic Tube Transport or" PTT" in the 1950's-60's PPT systems were vacuum tube controlled) In the 1960s, Lockheed and MIT with the United States Department of Commerce conducted feasibility studies on a vactrain tube powered by ambient atmospheric pressure and "gravitational pendulum assist" to connect cities on the East Coast of the US.

Due to COVID-19 these tubes have become extinct as International Shipments have come to a HAULT! These may be the "last of the goodies" for some time. AVAILABLE FOR NEXT-DAY SHIPMENT WITHIN THE USA.

PAIR 1: (AVAILABLE 08/24/2020)
NOS from 1964!
Matching A01
4E & A01 4I

Tube 1:
18.4/18.4 mA (122%/122%) emissions WOW!
14,600/14,200 mA/V (116%/113%) WOW!

Tube 2:
17.5/16.6 mA (116%/119%) emissions WOW!
14,000/14,000 mA/V (112%/112%) WOW!

* 12,500/12,500 mA/V = 100% Factory Data Sheet Specification
15.0mA/15.0mA = 100% Factory Data Sheet Specifications

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