#2
Dual and Triple Rectos have switchable rectification, between solid state and tube. Single rectos are hardwired solid state rectification.
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#3
i think its that a Single Rec. has one rectifier tube, and a duo has two, triple has 3. And a triple rec might have more power/preamp tubes than the otherr two.
#4
If an amp has 6L6 tubes, you can assume 2 tubes for every 50 watts, so a single recto has 2 power tubes, a dual has 4 and a triple has 6.
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#5
The single has 2 channels & the Dual & Trip. have 3 channels.
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Dual and Triple Rectos have switchable rectification, between solid state and tube. Single rectos are hardwired solid state rectification.


So, if I have a solid-state cabinet I need the Mesa Boogie Single Rectifier?

Or do you mean it will drive either kind of cabinet, and that it's just the amp that's solid-state/tube?


Stupid question. ... now that I've read the whole manual.
Last edited by Ki' at Oct 31, 2007,
#7
Single rectos are going to give you the most saturation while the triples are going to have the thickest tone. Duals are obviously somewhere between the two.
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