#1
are vacuum tubes sensitive to another electronic devices as power tools ,hair dryers, mobile phones, ????? i mean like interrupting the signal or weird sounds??
#2
Yeah man, gotta watch those fragile harmonics! The crystal lettuces in the amp are easily disturbed too, take care of them!
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#3
Why exactly are you going near your tubes with power tools and a hair dryer?!
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#4
Im wondering the same thing. My amp makes a loudish POP sound if I turn the lights of the room off. (6505+ through a V30 212)

Is this normal? Anything to be worried about?
#6
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Why exactly are you going near your tubes with power tools and a hair dryer?!

i live in the second floor first floor is a workshop and they use a lot of heavy machinery to cut wood and etc that is why i asked
#8
All amps are susceptible to radio interference from devices such as mobile phones.

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Im wondering the same thing. My amp makes a loudish POP sound if I turn the lights of the room off. (6505+ through a V30 212)

Is this normal? Anything to be worried about?

This sounds like some kind of grounding issue, I'm not expert but it doesn't sound like something that should be happening.