NOS Siemens appeared suddenly out of nowhere, in massive quantities, in crispy new boxes, that look like made yesterday. The printing is so clear and bright, also that looks like printed on it just yesterday too. Not with all tunes, but sure with 6SL7, the plate system inside, unveils the manufacturer. These Siemens are are displayed with this text: "must have been made by Sylvania, for Siemens".
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NOS Siemens appeared suddenly out of nowhere, in massive quantities, in crispy new boxes, that look like made yesterday. The printing is so clear and bright, also that looks like printed on it just yesterday too. Not with all tunes, but sure with 6SL7, the plate system inside, unveils the manufacturer.
These Siemens are are displayed with this text: "must have been made by Sylvania, for Siemens". Oh, yes Everything is good now. Stop here! What does this seller say? What means "must have been What makes this true? And when not, it is false. Does it really explain THIS? Or does it explain something else? This is reality: 6SL7 was a "junk-that-nobody-needs" tube ever from until the year For half a century, they were regarded crap. And even in , while I write this, it is not the tube everybody is desperately looking for.
You need to understand what that does to supplies in stock rooms. A dry, maintained stockroom, has some yearly costs, and people clean it up and look around for free space. And when space is money, 50 years is a VERY long time. So during those 50 years, these cheap crap tubes get always kicked out by somebody. So after all to the junk yard, or perhaps he stores them at a place which cost almost nothing.
Like in the basement, a barn, or an attic. For 50 years These lots had to survive decades as forgotten junk. Knowing this, there is something weird about somebody maintaining a dry storage for 60 years, storing tubes not a soul wanted to buy. And today, after they became expensive after all, they finally can be sold, and of course they come out crispy like now. So who believes this, thinks these tubes were stored for 60 years in a clean and dry stock room and all of that time, nobody needed them, and there was always enough room there, and nobody kicked them out.
But honestly, would you today store some 20 years old replacement parts in a stock room, which cost you money, while you see definitely no application for them any more, and you let them in there for 40 more years?
About the other option, they recently are reprinted by some faker, let me say it like this: When I see a bird that walks like a duck and swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, I call that bird a duck.
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