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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by shoemaker, Jul 18, 2005.
The Kenrich "Golden Eagle" line (Eagle 400, Eagle 500 and Eagle 515) were all basically the same, they consist of 2 X 20LF6 driving 5 X 20LF6 in the stock configuration. With a 4 watt radio, it will peak at about 400-500 watts however, if you install a pre-driver tube (6KV6A or the likes) the amp would do 750 watts dead key and would swing upwards from there.
You can put a hi-power export radio in front of the amp if it has not been modified with the pre-driver.
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Howdy,,i ran i 525 eagle for many years, mine did an easy 800 watts out,i hit mine with an 2000gtl 2-18 watts input,,and the amp would swing 200-800 ran it that way for 2 years..should have never sold it VERY NICE AMP onr of the better ones,,i sold mine for 400 bucks,,,and the guy ran it at high dead key 500 watts and smoked the transformer :x what a waste,,if you get it keep the dead key down around 200 watts and let it swing and it will run for years ..Dan
It's not on CB tricks, looked already.
Thank you kind sir!
Let me know if i can ever return the favor.
I had Eagle 500
Ran 200W DK and what an amp!
I had to be brief talking to London because the locals couldn't talk with the thing keyed.
They couldn't believe I was in Boston.
Great box, truely excptional sweep tube amp.