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Author Topic: Whats your favorite EMT 140 tuning, and have you ever had the tube BIAS adjusted?  (Read 2094 times)

Bubba#$%Kron

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I know Jim Williams will adjust the tube Bias for very fair price, but was just wondering anyone else's experience with that.

Do you tune your EMT 140 by ear or thingamajig tool??

Thanks
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If you haven't already seen it, check out Greg Hanks excellent article which originally appeared in Recording Engineer/Producer magazine in 1982

http://ghanksdesign.com/Documents/Emt_Clean.pdf


Interesting stuff on Dan Alexander's website about tuning plates.

See:  http://danalexanderaudio.com/emt.html


Also  JCC and Associates  http://www.platereverb.com/home.htm   sell upgrade/tuning kits for 140 plates which apparently include a calibrated wrench to aid correct tensioning of the springs.

Hope this is helpful,

Cheers,

Gwyn
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