The following figure shows the Schematics used to compare the frequency response of NuTube 6P1 vs 12AX7 in starved mode:
Anode/plate output resistor load is 500K in both circuits.
Both circuits have anode/plate connected to +24V via a series resistor and a potentiometer to adjust load.
NuTube 6P1 has resistor values multiplied by 10 to be able to sweep around the maximum gain point.
The following figure shows the starved 12AX7 frequency response between 10 Hz and 20 kHz with anode load potentiometer varying from 0 to 1. A maximum gain of 24.6 dB is obtained with a load resistance of 50K
The following figure shows the NuTube 6P1 frequency response between 10 Hz and 20 kHz with anode load potentiometer varying from 0 to 1. A maximum gain of 15.9 dB is obtained with a load resistance of 400K.
NuTube 6P1 application note shows a gain of 14dB with anode powered at +12V and 17 dB with anode powered at +30V, which actually corresponds to simulations.
Bypass capacitors are also compared between 10nF and 10uF. NuTube 6P1 bypass capacitor value must be multiplied by 15 in order to have a similar response at lower frequencies: