|The common 6E5 aside|
the 7-pin 6ME5
|One of the very few boxes that actually claim the tube is an indicator. You would have to try real hard not to notice this one. a Y64 tube came in this box.|
|The miniature R2164 dual indicator beside the common 6G5|
|WestinghouseWL-787 Demonstration Triode||P. S. I want one of these!|
|Above: eye with red bezel doubles as filament indicator.
Right: 6E5 with GE logo on the filament shield.
|6G-E12A tube (Toyo) used in some Pioneer audio equipment. The rectangular shape of the target and the square beveled filament shield make this an interesting magic eye.|
Above Left: Target of a 6G-E12 tube
Left: The only box I have ever seen with the words MAGIC EYE printed on it (besides the ones I wrote on). A 12Z-E8 tube came in this box.
|Three subminiature tubes. From left to right: 6977/DM160, ИВ-15(IV-15), 1M3/DM70|