Hi John,

I can't give too much advice but I have learned that for both in-9 and in13
you want to make sure there is a bend in the leads so that the tubes can
move around without putting stress on the glass of the tube.

-joe

On Feb 19, 2018 6:07 AM, "John Murphy" <ihatemywifesd...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm building an audio spectrum analyzer using the MSGQ7 chip, an Arduino,
> and 14 IN-9 tubes (7 Left channel and 7 Right).  I've got everything
> working on the bench, but now it's time to get things mounted for display!
> I'd like to have the tubes stand vertically next to each other.  I'm
> looking for suggestions on how to securely mount these tubes.  If possible,
> I would prefer to mount at the bottom only so that the top of the tubes are
> free and clear.
>
>
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