Assuming you have a schematic, the mods are as follows,
in order of importance. That is, if you only want to do one change, do #1.
If you want to do two changes, do numbers 1 and 2. And so on....
1. Bypass the clipper filter stage. Break the circuit
on the cold side of C3 and the output side of L1. Then connect the cold
side of C3 to the grid of the pentode section of the 6AN8 (V3) or the top
2. Change C2 and C3 to 0.05 or 0.1 uF.
3. Change C8 and C9 to 0.1uF.
4. Change C16 to 330 pF.
5. Change C7 to 0.2 or 0.25 uF.
6. If you plan to use a D-104 mic with the 730, change
R2 to 4.7 or 10 Meg Ohm.
7. There is no blocking cap on the mic input. I've never
added one and never noticed a problem. But there is about -0.5 volts on
the mic jack. If you want to remove this, add a 0.1 uF cap between the
jack and the grid pin (2) of the 12AX7.
I have performed mods 1-5 on a 730 and it sounds great.
The 730 circuit is nearly identical to many tube hi-fi amps of the early
1960s, except smaller coupling caps were used and a clipper filter stage
was included. So, only simple mods are required to make it sound VERY good.
The negative feedback loop makes the audio response very flat and clean.
Very few ham rigs included feedback in the stock circuitry.