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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.
Ken Rad stands for Kentucky Radio corporation and was a very important valve manufacturer for The US government and defence contracts during World War II. Based in Owensboro Kentucky,In 1945 the company's valve division was sold to General Electric and became GE's primary valve making facility. In 1987, GE sold the company to a group of investors who formed a company called MPD, Inc
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- 5Y3GT-KEN RADKen RadOriginal USA made 5Y3GT rectifier by Ken Rad. These are made by RCA and have and have a black base and black anode ...In stock£14.00Buy Now
- 6K6GT/ VT152-KEN RAD SINGLEKen RadOriginal American Ken RAD 6K6GT/VT-152 that date from the 1940s. Ken Rad later became General Electric and these like ...In stock£18.00Buy Now