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Watford Valves have been using valve equipment since 1976 and has been selecting and supplying valve to the professional market for over 20 years. The term 'new old stock' refers to tubes or valves which are new but are from factories which have long closed down. These factories such as Mullard, G.E.C, Telefunken, Siemens, Philips, General Electric and R.C.A produced some of the best valves ever made which is why these items have become very sought after in the music industry. Watford Valves keeps a huge inventory of new old stock tubes valves as well as current production items. Therefore Watford Valves can offer one stop shopping to satisfy the most demanding of needs of the professional market, the collector or the enthusiast. All output tubes valves are priced individually. All prices contained on this web site are exclusive of VAT.
The Haltron brand was part of the British company Hall Electric company that distributed valves and components in the UK.
They tended to buy stock from all European factories as well as Japan.They had a contract to supply the ministry of defence and so had had test facilities to supply to MOD standard.
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- 5Y3GT-HALTRONHaltronThese Haltron CV1856 5Y3GT were supplied to the Government under the CV1856 contract code. This has been one of our ...In stock£15.00Buy Now
- 6AC7-HALTRONHaltronThe 6AC7 American metal pentode was designed for high gain amplification. Intended application was for video amplifier ...In stock£5.00Buy Now
- 6AH6-HALTRONHaltron6AH6 is a screened pentode that was used in video amplification. Very nice quality from Haltron in the U.KThese come in ...In stock£6.00Buy Now
- 6K11-HALTRONHaltronThe 6K11-6Q11 is a triple triode compaction valve that was used in the original Ampeg V4B amplifier.These valves were ...In stock£25.00Buy Now
- 6K6GT-HALTRON SINGLEHaltron6K6GT Haltron branded made in the USA by Sylvania. Very nice vintage sounding item that is an ideal replacement in ...In stock£8.00Buy Now