I have recently read some articles about the VHF parasitic suppression commonly found in this amp as well as others. I have an SB-200 that is working OK but wonder if I should change the parasitic suppression components. There appears to be a few different schools of thought on this as well.
One of which is described as simply using a 56 ohm, 2 watt, carbon resistor with a piece of teflon insulated 12awg wire about 13cm long fashioned in a loop and soldered to each side of the resistor for each of the two suppressors.
My amp has the original 2 resistors with the nichrome wire wrapped around them and soldered.
Another is to use 2 each resistors with looped nichrome wire wrap formed off the resistor and soldered to it - 2 each resistors per tube side.
Soooo, which type of suppressor circuit would work the best or does it really matter?
Thanks very much!