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I am the happy owner of the TSL60 JCM2000 amplifier. I am an electronics engineer. For me, the regulation process is very simple, only the correct value is important. I would like to check if the BIAS value is correct after several years of use. I also wanted to know this value in case of changing lamps for new ones. In this amplifier, only one potentiometer is used for adjustment. There are three control pins. Pins 1 and 3 give the same values. Pins 1 and 3 are shorted? What should be the correct voltage value between pins 1 and 2 as well as 2 and 3? 40mV or 80 mV?

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Marek Bugaj

asked 06 Jan 2022 at 08:06 PM

Marek Bugaj
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I have an Origin 20 Combo and I just bought a new set of tubes, and I was wondering if i have to take it to a technician to bias it, or even if it needs to be biased?

THANKS

asked 20 Apr 2020 at 01:21 PM

Dewin Berdejo
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Hi - 

  I wanted to change the power tube in my DSL1HR Head.  Will it need Re Biasing ? or I can go ahead and just swap the tube and no problems it is good to go. 

 

Thank You

edited 05 Feb 2020 at 07:59 PM

Muhammad Ali

asked 05 Feb 2020 at 07:58 PM

Muhammad Ali
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Can anyone tell me the correct bias settings for a Marshall TSL602? There is conflicting info out there.

Tthe TSL range have 3 pins under an inspection cover on the back. Some people say that the bias should be set to 40mv between the middle pin and the outer (total 80mv). Others say that it should be 80mv per side.

I’ve had the amp for 18 years and always have it set just short of 80mv, but I never seem to get much life out of my valves – probably half the 1,000 hours you’d expect. And the sound always seems to lack a bit of treble. Whenever I have it serviced, it always seems to come back set at around 80mv per side but it always seems to run a bit hot to me.

 Should I be lowering the bias?

asked 20 Mar 2019 at 11:52 AM

Phil Hitchman
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I recently bought a new DSL40CR. Great sounding amp! Great tones! I am noticing that the low end sounds a bit flubby. I was reading in some forums that this can be caused by improperly adjusted BIAS. Can anyone direct me as to what the mV for each left and right tubes should be set to?

asked 06 Mar 2019 at 06:41 PM

Todd Lampron
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I have a DSL1CR when replacing pre and power valves does the amplifier need biasing, is it self adjusting? And what would be good replacement valves? 

asked 16 Apr 2018 at 08:23 AM

Chris Stamper
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I need to replace my DSL 100 bias board as the PINS are really loose and I cannot get a good bias reading.

NO, its NOT thermal runaway, the mainboard was replaced a year ago. 
WHERE can I get a replacement bias board here in Australia ????

asked 22 Oct 2017 at 03:16 AM

Brendan Mac
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