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General Electric 5751 5-STAR Triple Mica Gray Plates

General Electric 5751 5-STAR Triple Mica Gray Plates
These are the best of the GE gray plate 5751s. General Electric made these tubes in the very early 60's only. These 5-Star tubes also have "military" logo in triangles.

Quantity in Stock : 22 pcs
Price :  Grade A @ US$49,00/ea ; US$104,00/matched pair 
           Grade B @ US$42,00/ea ; US$89,00/matched pair     

Grade A - The best in the stock. Lowest noise and microphony with the tightest balanced sections we have available. This is typically 10% or often tighter given the large volumes of our stock.
Grade B - Low noise and microphonics with a section balance typically between 15% and 20%, but may be higher depending on available stock.
Grade C - Lowest noise but slightly microphonic. Section balance will be similar to Grade A or B. This grade is only suitable for use in the driver stage of an amplifier, or the output/buffer stage of a DAC or CD Player.


  1. This tube arrived to me in one day with the DHL express delivery. Everything is ok, the tube sound good in my amp and for the price of a good actual tube you can have a NOS one, so go for it.

  2. These 5 stars GE 5751 sound fantastic in my amp.

    Oustanding service to

    Thanks Koray

  3. I ordered a matched pair of these tubes for a Jadis power amplifier. Received the order only 2 days after placing order. Just a few hours on them for the moment, but they are very quiet, very smooth and pleasing. Excellent service and communication from Koray. Highly recommended!

  4. I bought other GE 5 starts. Fantastic tube black plates, for the money.

  5. Sounds great in my Morgan PR12 guitar amp!

    Tom S.

  6. These are reliable, long lasting and a good choice for lowering the ammount of gain a tad for a clearer sound and/or more evenly spread taper response.

    I prefer GEs to their JAN Philips counterpart, these always felt a bit less sterile to me. The same goes for the comparison with many 12AT7s (gain differences set aside).


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