Lot 7 RCA JAN CRC-12J5-GT VT-135 6-Pin Audio/Radio Amp Electron Vacuum Tube
1 VINTAGE RCA 6AS8 VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
Radio Tubes 12SH7 RCA JAN CRC Test 85
Radio Tubes 12SH7 RCA JAN Test 89
Radio Tubes 25Z6 RCA Radiotron Test 110 / 110
Radio Tubes 6L7 RCA JAN Test 84
RCA JAN CRC 6V6GT/G VT-107-A Military tube,tested great,6V6,6V6GT,gray glass
1 VINTAGE RCA 6AU6 VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG RADIO AUDIO
VINTAGE RCA TUBE RADIO LOGO ADVERTISEMENT FOR AMP REPAIR OR DISPLAY
One RCA 19T8 radio tube – New Old Stock / New In box
1 VINTAGE RCA 6AU8 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
1 hickok # 600 tube tester can tested rca ge or western electric tubes
Lot 2 RCA USN/JAN CRC-1626 VT-137 8-Pin Power Triode Audio/Radio Vacuum Tube
5x NOS 6AS6 Vacuum Tubes Valves Amp Audio = 5725 6187 6as6W ships Worldwide
1 VINTAGE RCA 6AW8A NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
Radio Tubes 6AU5GT 6AU5 RCA Test 96
Radio Tubes 25L6 RCA Test 91
Radio Tubes 12SK7 RCA Test 85
10 VINTAGE Used RCA 2E26 Tubes
Pair NOS 5U4 GB 5U4GB RCA Ribbed Black Plate rectifier tubes O getter
Pair NOS RCA 6DQ5 pentode Tubes for Hallicrafters Hammarlund & Swan Transmitters
RCA 80 Electron Tube in Original Box
RCA 6SJ7 Electron Tube in Original Box
3 Used RCA 6146A 6146B Tubes
strong 6LQ6 6JE6C Sweep ham tube U.S.A. made, either Sylvania or RCA?
5U4 GB RCA Vintage Rectifier Vacuum Tube
Lot 5 Vintage RCA OC3/OD3 Radiotron Electron 6-Pin Audio/Radio Vacuum Tube
strong RCA magnavox labeled 6LQ6 6JE6C Sweep ham tube
RCA NOS 6189 12AU7WA Tube Black Plate S Rods Low Noise with Box – Made in USA
 NOS TUBES RAYTHEON JAN-CRP-5676 VINTAGE.
RCA mono vintage reel to reel player / recorder tube amp 7″ reel
Radio Tubes 6N7 RCA JAN CRC Poor Boxes NOS PAIR
6EW6 RCA PAIR OF ELECTRONIC TUBES
17JB6A RCA PAIR OF ELECTRONIC TUBES
3CE5 RCA PAIR OF ELECTRONIC TUBES
6BS3A RCA ELECTRON TUBE NOS
VACUUM TUBE ~ 6DN6 ~ RCA ~ NOS ~ 6DN6
Lot 2 RCA/Sylvania JAN-CHS-811 VT-217 Radiotron Audio/Radio Amp Vacuum Tube
Single RCA 6K6GT Tubes TV-7 Tested NOS/NIB Black Plates!
Vintage Rca 12AX7A Vacuum Tube Lot of Five
Vintage EL VERSO DWG Cigar Box W/ 24 Vintage NOS Tubes RCA Dumont Raytheon Sy
10x RCA Raytheon Amperite 6LQ6 6JU6 6080 0A3 6AU5GT 6SL7-GT 6AN5WA Vacuum Tube
Lot 2 RCA JAN CRC-3E29 7-Pin Audio/Radio Amp Glass Electron Vacuum Tube
Quad set RCA 7591A tubes for Mcintosh 225 ,Fisher ,Scott , Eico ..
Rare 100% matched pair of RCA 45 triode tubes original boxes , same date code
2 MILITARY 1942 MATCHING RCA VACUUM TUBE CRC 954 NEW NOS IN BOXES
VACUUM TUBE ~ 21JZ6 ~ RCA ~ NOS ~ 21JZ6
VACUUM TUBE ~ 17GE5 ~ RCA ~ NOS ~ 17GE5
VINTAGE RCA 6C4 VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO
1 VINTAGE RCA 6CF6 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
1 VINTAGE RCA 6GH8A NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
3DG4 NOS RCA radio amplifier electron vintage vacuum tubes 2 valves tested 3DG4
Vintage RCA 12AU7 ECC82 D Getter Black Plates Stereo Tube V Strong & Balanced #0
Vintage RCA 12AU7 White Label D-Getter Stereo Tube #1208 6687 8
Vintage RCA 12AV7 Blackpts Copper posts Stereo Tube NIB #1208 776 98982
Vintage RCA 12AX7 A ECC83 Stereo Tube #1208 667 889
Vintage RCA 12AV7 Black Pts. Stereo Tube NIB #1208 9098 8
Vintage RCA 12AZ7 A Black Plates Stereo Tube #1208 445 34
1 VINTAGE RCA 8CG7 8FQ7 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
1 VINTAGE RCA 8GN8 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
2 x 807 / ATS25 / VT60 RCA / PHILIPS MILITARY CERAMIC BASE POWER TUBES * TESTED
1 VINTAGE RCA 12AT6 NOS CLEAR TOP VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG RADIO AUDIO
1 VINTAGE RCA 12EC8 VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMP
1 VINTAGE RCA 12EL6 CLEAR TOP VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG RADIO AUDIO
1 VINTAGE RCA 12EM6 CLEAR TOP VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG RADIO AUDIO
1 VINTAGE RCA 12X4 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
1 VINTAGE 1964 RCA 17EW8 HCC85 NOS PHILIPS MADE VACUUM TUBE TESTED STRONG
Vintage TUBES LOT, RCA, Westinghouse
1 VINTAGE RCA 19X8 NOS VACUUM TUBE AUDIO HAM RADIO AMPLIFIER
VINTAGE RCA VICTOR 6AT6 NOS VACUUM TUBE TESTED AUDIO HAM RADIO AMP
Vintage RCA Radio / Ham / TV Vacuum Tubes: 2051 Look OK: NOS: Not tested
2 Vintage GE RCA 5963 12AU7 D Getter Foil Stereo Tubes #109 8790 87
2 Vintage RCA 12AU7 ECC82 Black Plates Stereo Tubes #1208 672 89
2 Vintage RCA 6L6 Stereo Tubes Strong #1208 908 414
2 Vintage RCA 6SG7 Stereo Tubes NIB #1208 674 89
2 Vintage RCA 12AU7 ECC82 Stereo Tubes #1208 673 90
tube 12ax7a RCA matched pair unused old stock w/ tests strong
2 RCA 6H6 Vintage Pre-Amp Audio Vacuum Tube Valve Rohre
RCA 5879 MATCHED SET PAIR Vintage Mixer Amp Vacuum Radio Tube NOS NIB
Vintage Tested RCA Victor 5T4 Hign Vacuum Rectifier Metal Can Tube
Vintage Tested RCA 5X4 G Hign Vacuum Rectifier Tube
BRAND NEW NOS TYPE 810 LARGE POWER TRIODE TUBE MADE BY RCA VINTAGE CLAEN NEW**
6J5 VINTAGE RCA METAL TUBE PAIR
70L7GT RCA Tube Röhre Lampe TSF Valvola Valvula NOS
6Y6GA/6Y6G RCA Tube Lampe TSF Röhre Valvola NOS
2x 35W4/HY90 RCA NOS Tube Röhre Lampe TSF Valvola Valvula
2x 6KA8 RCA Tube Lampe TSF Röhre Valvola NOS
Vintage RCA “6F8G / 6F8″ smoked glass,ham radio amp amplifier tube,tests great!!
Vintage RCA “6C8G” ham radio amp amplifier tube,tests great!!!
Vintage RCA “12V6GT” NOS NIB,radio audio amplifier tube!=
Vintage RCA “12SN7GTA” NOS NIB,radio audio amplifier tube!=
Vintage RCA “6KD6″ COMPACTRON ham radio amp amplifier tube,tests great!!
Vintage RCA “6AG7″ NOS NIB,radio audio amplifier tube!=
Vintage RCA Cunningham type “19″ ham shortwave radio amplifier tube,tests great!
Vintage RCA “6F6G / 6F6″ smoked glass,ham radio amp amplifier tube,tests great!!
Vintage RCA Cunningham “24A” mesh plate,ham radio amplifier tube,tests great!!
One (1) RCA 6SN7GTB Vacuum Tube Made In USA NEW NOS
1940S-1950S RADIO & TV ELECTRON TUBES W/ BOXES GREAT LOT OF 22 – RCA – BT 1638
2 Vintage RCA 6L6 Metal Vacuum Tubes with Boxes / Guarantee (my ID 17)
RCA 6BC5 Tube With a Box Tests Good
It Was A Pivotal Point In My Life. I Could Make Personal Enhancements And Climb Up The Ladder, Or I Could Fall Off The Steep Ledge Into Ruin.
It was a pivotal point in my life. I could make private improvements and climb up the ladder, or I could fall off the steep ledge into ruin. There was no in-between. I was sitting alone inside the Manhattan workplace of RCA Records Vice President Bob Jamieson. On the wall hung pictures of Bob holding prize catches on fishing trips, his family members vacations, and at the podium of an award ceremony. Another wall was devoted to gold records and autographed pictures of well-known RCA artists. I wiped the sweat from my upper lip and rehearsed my talking points as soon as once again. The devil on my right shoulder whispered, “What are you carrying out right here?”, then the angel on my left cheered, “You deserve this meeting. Usually do not fall apart now!” There was activity outside the door and in walked a 50-something-year-old man resembling a robust William Buckley, having a appear that recommended weekends had been nicely spent at the Hamptons home or on the yacht.Two months earlier I had the realization that my career was officially down the tubes. Despite the fact that it had been steadily declining, I was denial. I wasn’t obtaining adequate function and my bills weren’t manageable any longer. Few things are worse for a self employed musician than to have the sign of desperation stamped on his forehead. I spent weeks functioning the phone, checking in with my contacts and associates. There had been a couple of auditions, such as one particular to replace Bill Berry in R.E.M., but that was about it. I pleaded for help from my network but practically nothing in the type of paying music perform came my way. “Hey, weren’t you the drummer for They Must Be Giants?” men and women would occasionally ask. “What occurred, Dude?” The truth was that I was slowly going broke playing with They May possibly Be Giants (the subject of a story I’m functioning on). The bell had tolled. It was now time to wake up.I went to the library for assistance and checked out profession, self help and organization books. In numerous books a recurring piece of advice was to articulate how one could assist and enhance a business or corporation. In the event you could help them overcome their problems and hurdles, you’d be beneficial towards the industry. Created sense to me. Besides, what else did I’ve to go on? I asked myself, “Who could I aid, and how could I assist them?” I took these individual assessments seriously and took the time to reflect on my business practices. Regrettably, even following this self-study, things nonetheless didn’t appear as well very good. Even still, I came up with a strategy of action. I referred to as it “The Pitch.”The President Will See You NowThe only thing I’ve ever been passionate about, or regarded as myself a actual professional in, was music. I spent years ingesting each Rock ‘N’ Roll lyric, drum beat, arrangement, orchestration and production strategy I could get my hands on. Later I studied music much more formally investing seven years at a music conservatory named The Manhattan School of Music; two years of high school, four of undergraduate and one particular of graduate. Afterward, I continued my schooling in the NYC School of Difficult Knocks, The Institute of Kick Your Ass as well as the University of Had Adequate Nevertheless? In general, I was an outstanding student. I worked challenging, laid ground perform and patiently waited for the faucet to flow freely. Largely, it trickled.The telephone rang. “Hello. Is this Brian? Hi, that is Claudette from The Bertlesman Music Group (BMG). We received your proposal letter and we’re thinking about speaking about it with you.” Jesus! BMG was a multi-national music corporation that included RCA, Jive and Zomba records, at the same time as a myriad of music publishing firms. They owned the complete Elvis catalogue of recordings, for Christ’s sake! Claudette continued, “Unfortunately Klaus, our CEO will not be in New York next week, so he asked in case you could meet with all the President of RCA Records, Bob Jamieson as an alternative. Is that OK?” Was that OK? I felt as if I had just hit the jackpot. Ultimately, I was recognized by an individual of value. “Klaus desires you to know that he’s excited about your tips and hopes which you could articulate them to Bob so we could move forward together.”Those days I played the role of a slacker-drummer, wearing shorts ten months of the year and driving my old truck around Woodstock. In my enterprise as a freelance musician, I was missing the mark and wasn’t evolving. I was overly eager and simply excitable. My immaturity was pervasive. Often prepared having a crude joke or a toxic fart, I the moment sent producer Neil Dorfsman into a match of rage right after releasing my “music” in the manage space of the Hit Factory, throughout a They May well Be Giants session. Ironically, nevertheless, I did a few of my best operate for the duration of this period, playing on dozens of recordings, writing songs and producing other artists. In a lot of methods, transitioning to a position at a record organization created sense to me. I had real-world experience in the music organization and it was time to take it for the next level.I documented my greatest company suggestions and explained them inside a letter draughted to RCA and other main record labels. RCA was the initial to respond. On the day of my RCA meeting I arrived early and killed time by walking around the block. Although walking, some sisters sitting on a bench shouted my way, “Oh shoot, there is Pauly Shore! No, he look like Kenny G!!!” It was time to go. I headed for the corporate offices of BMG Music at 1540 Broadway, my heart racing as I signed in with security.Return To Rock!One particular day I’m going to write a company book and it will be a very best seller for the basic reason that I know absolutely absolutely nothing about the subject. I’ve created each mistake imaginable concerning my personal company affairs. I’ve had hair-brained schemes about owning a record label, a production and publishing business, music schools, or publishing an industry sourcebook. The fact was, that as a musician-for-hire, it was adequate of a struggle simply staying in organization, let alone generating attempts to dominate related fields. That is why I feel my book could be a finest seller. I’d discuss my company blunders, after which have the real specialists explain to the reader what I ought to have completed rather.Whilst we’re at it, permit me share a few of my past music biz observations:• When you have a catchy Vacation song, you happen to be set for life. For example, who’s each heard from the band The Waitresses, except for when their song Christmas Wrapping hammers you each and every season? Funds in the bank, year soon after year.• In case you can’t sing, have an individual else record your songs. You’ll make a mint in publishing. Just appear at Paul Williams, Jimmy Webb and Chip Taylor (Wild Thing and Angel with the Morning).• In case you cannot write own songs, record one thing that’s within the public domain. “I’ve Been Working On The Railroad” and specified children’s melodies are not owned by any writer, which signifies you don’t have to share your profits.But I digress…Back to the story of my pitch to RCA circa 1998. Generally, my concept was to assist key record organizations earn greater profits more than the lengthy term. In the time, for instance, it could have been correct that money was produced on an INXS or Counting Crows recording. However, I would assume that far more money per year was generated by sales of Hotel California by The Eagles, or Back In Black by AC/DC. It seemed that RCA was only considering short-term profits, by bands that everyone has given that forgotten. To place it another way, let’s assume that Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon sells an common of 400,000 units per year. Let’s also assume that it’s been in circulation for about 37 years. So, 400,000 units X 37 years = 14,800,000 units. I’d say that my estimates are conservative and that it really is probably to be much more. The study I conducted showed that this album was on the Billboard charts for 1,500 weeks and sells about 9,000 a week to this day. Additionally, I doubt that outside from the 1st year, there’s a lot advertising or promotion fees linked with these figures, so it really is a pure profit pipeline. Then why would a company obsess about a band that would sell only a fraction of these figures? It seems that you’d desire to invest in producing music that then becomes the staple with the long term. That brings me towards the second tenant of my pitch.Within the late ’90s I study someplace that the reunion tour from the Grand Funk Railroad was one of many biggest income generating tours of all time. This made sense to me. Inside the ’90s, record labels had been soley focused on a younger market place. Bands like Nirvana and also other grunge acts consumed the company although MTV stopped showing music videos in favor of bikini contests. Although this was going on, exactly where was the new item for the legions of Bob Seger, AC/DC, Rush, Allman Brothers Band or ZZ Top fans? There had been millions of music fans who had no option for any new bands and rather could only acquire remastered copies of an old Def Leopard album. Do you get what I imply? Exactly where did these fans go? In my opinion, they turned to Country music; a genre that welcomed them and their wallets with open arms. Nation became the new “staple” for reformed Rock fans. Nation music even dialed inside a bit more Rock ‘N’ Roll to oblige. Smart move!
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Can I use an easycap device to record my video games?
Could I just plug the 3 colours end of my AV cable for my xbox 360 directly into the easycap device? Because my tv doesn’t have an RCA output.
here is a you tube video to show how it is done.
You need 3 splitters to split the xbox’s signal to the TV and the easy cap. If you try to do what you want and direct connect there is a lag on the PC and the xbox of about half a second – enough to make the game unplayable