Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Monday, July 19th, 2021
Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS

Up for your consideration is this extremely nice Vintage “The Fisher” stereo tube power amplifier in great cosmetic condition. The model number I believe is C-33 Chassis 460-A with a Serial Number of 14471E or 25197E. I believe this amp was produced in the late 1950′s are early 1960′s era. The chassis is in great cosmetic condition that is clean with no rust. This amp had been gently removed from a console stereo a while ago. I have taken several pictures so you may get a good view at this wonderful amp. The amp still has all the connector intact. This amp uses (4)-6BQ5/EL84 & (2)-7247 tubes. The electric cord is in good condition. THIS WAS A WORKING AMP BEFORE IT WAS REMOVED FROM THE CABINET & I JUST NOW TRIED TO POWER IT BACK UP, IT “DOES NOT” POWER UP NOW. This amplifier would make an excellent project amp to build or do whatever? I package very well for a safe arrival. If you have any questions please ask & I will promptly answer & as best as I can. Please ask questions before the end of the sale & not after. Thanks for looking I appreciate it. The item “Vintage The Fisher 460-A C-33 Stereo Tube Amplifier POWER AMP QUAD 6BQ5 AS IS” is in sale since Wednesday, July 7, 2021. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “birdman232″ and is located in Fenton, Missouri. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Model: Fisher C-33 Chassis 460-A
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Featured Refinements: Vintage Stereo Amplifier
  • SN# 14471E: SN#25197E
  • Type: Tube Amplifier
  • MPN: 460-A C-33
  • Brand: Fisher

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

Sunday, June 27th, 2021
El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77

El34 tubes quad mullard tube amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77 50′s. El34 tubes , 4 pieces = quad. Code SYO 55K = 60 code print 027. Code SYO 55K = 62 code print 027. Code SYO 55I = 62 code print 027. Tube tester TV7 D/U (reference good at 30). All tubes tested strong and matched. Year of production 1955 old production , ORIGINAL print on glass , full disc getter on top. Same identical inner structure for all 4 tubes. All tubes with full flashed area dark getter top. The item “El34 tubes quad mullard tube nos amplifier metal base 6ca7 vintage matched kt77″ is in sale since Thursday, November 26, 2020. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Parts & Accessories\Vintage Tubes & Tube Sockets”. The seller is “cartago_delenda_est” and is located in Verona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Model: el34 = 6ca7
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Type: NOS Tube
  • MPN: el34 = 6ca7
  • Brand: Mullard

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Saturday, April 10th, 2021
Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

HIFI – Classics QUAD II. Quad II: Peter Walker and the Acoustical Manufacturing Company. But what kind of devices are actually setting the tone? The English Acoustical Manufacturing Company from Huntingdon, near Cambridge, was founded in 1936 by Peter Walker. In order to better address the emerging market for high fidelity equipment, the brand name QUAD was chosen for Quality Unit Amplifier Domestic. Back then the world was still playing mono and so the first product was the tube-based one. Single-channel QA12 Pre Amplifier from 1949, soon followed by the QC II Pre, and the “Tube Power Amplifier”. This power amplifier was replaced by the 15 watt Quad II amplifier in 1953 and remained in the range until 1967. In terms of circuitry, wide tolerances in the tubes and components are compensated for in a very clever way. Distortions of the output signal are greatly reduced by including the windings of the transformer. The possible power of the output tubes is also not fully used, which makes the amplifier very reliable and durable. Signals and supply voltages are exchanged with the Control Unit via multi-contact plugs, making both devices one functional unit. These parts are defect! Condition see images, without tubes and cables, there are parts missing! Screws from bottom cover are missing. Für Modell Quad II (2), Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Hersteller / Marke: Acoustical Manufacturing Co. NF-(Niederfrequenz-) Verstärker oder -Mixer. 5: EF86 EF86 KT66 KT66 GZ32. Wechselstromspeisung / 100-130 / 200-250 Volt. Dieses Modell benötigt externe(n) Lautsprecher. Modell: Quad II – Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Tischmodell, Zusatz nicht bekannt – allgemein. 330 x 125 x 165 mm / 13 x 4.9 x 6.5 inch. Also power supply for the accompanying Quad QC II control unit and Quad FM tuners. 8.3 kg / 18 lb 4.5 oz (18.282 lb). High Fidelity Jahrbuch 1967/68. Privatverkauf, keine Garantie oder Gewährleistung auf die von mir angebotenen Waren, keine Rücknahme, Ausbesserung, Reparatur oder Ähnliches. Ab Übergabe Paketdienst geht die Gefahr auf den Käufer über. Mit dem Kauf erklären Sie sich ausdrücklich damit einverstanden, auf die Ihnen nach neuem EU Recht gesetzlich zustehende Gewährleistung /Garantie bei Gebrauchtwaren gegenüber dem Verkäufer völlig zu verzichten. Kaufen Sie nicht, wenn Sie mit diesen Bedingungen nicht einverstanden sind. By submitting an offer, you agree to. Waive the existing guarantee under the new EU law. The item “Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect” is in sale since Monday, April 5, 2021. This item is in the category “TV, Video & Audio\Heim-Audio & HiFi\Verstärker & Vorverstärker”. The seller is “thomar3930″ and is located in Wolfratshausen. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Besonderheiten: Analog
  • Marke: Quad
  • Modell: Quad II
  • Anzahl der Eingänge: 1
  • Produktart: HiFi Verstärker
  • Anzahl der Ausgänge: 1
  • Herstellungsland und -region: Großbritannien
  • Kompatibles Produkt: Kabel
  • Farbe: Grau
  • Anzahl der Kanäle: 1

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Saturday, April 3rd, 2021
Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

HIFI – Classics QUAD II. Quad II: Peter Walker and the Acoustical Manufacturing Company. But what kind of devices are actually setting the tone? The English Acoustical Manufacturing Company from Huntingdon, near Cambridge, was founded in 1936 by Peter Walker. In order to better address the emerging market for high fidelity equipment, the brand name QUAD was chosen for Quality Unit Amplifier Domestic. Back then the world was still playing mono and so the first product was the tube-based one. Single-channel QA12 Pre Amplifier from 1949, soon followed by the QC II Pre, and the “Tube Power Amplifier”. This power amplifier was replaced by the 15 watt Quad II amplifier in 1953 and remained in the range until 1967. In terms of circuitry, wide tolerances in the tubes and components are compensated for in a very clever way. Distortions of the output signal are greatly reduced by including the windings of the transformer. The possible power of the output tubes is also not fully used, which makes the amplifier very reliable and durable. Signals and supply voltages are exchanged with the Control Unit via multi-contact plugs, making both devices one functional unit. These parts are defect! Condition see images, without tubes and cables, there are parts missing! Screws from bottom cover are missing. Für Modell Quad II (2), Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Hersteller / Marke: Acoustical Manufacturing Co. NF-(Niederfrequenz-) Verstärker oder -Mixer. 5: EF86 EF86 KT66 KT66 GZ32. Wechselstromspeisung / 100-130 / 200-250 Volt. Dieses Modell benötigt externe(n) Lautsprecher. Modell: Quad II – Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Tischmodell, Zusatz nicht bekannt – allgemein. 330 x 125 x 165 mm / 13 x 4.9 x 6.5 inch. Also power supply for the accompanying Quad QC II control unit and Quad FM tuners. 8.3 kg / 18 lb 4.5 oz (18.282 lb). High Fidelity Jahrbuch 1967/68. Privatverkauf, keine Garantie oder Gewährleistung auf die von mir angebotenen Waren, keine Rücknahme, Ausbesserung, Reparatur oder Ähnliches. Ab Übergabe Paketdienst geht die Gefahr auf den Käufer über. Mit dem Kauf erklären Sie sich ausdrücklich damit einverstanden, auf die Ihnen nach neuem EU Recht gesetzlich zustehende Gewährleistung /Garantie bei Gebrauchtwaren gegenüber dem Verkäufer völlig zu verzichten. Kaufen Sie nicht, wenn Sie mit diesen Bedingungen nicht einverstanden sind. By submitting an offer, you agree to. Waive the existing guarantee under the new EU law. The item “Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect” is in sale since Friday, April 2, 2021. This item is in the category “TV, Video & Audio\Heim-Audio & HiFi\Verstärker & Vorverstärker”. The seller is “thomar3930″ and is located in Wolfratshausen. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Besonderheiten: Analog
  • Marke: Quad
  • Modell: Quad II
  • Anzahl der Eingänge: 1
  • Produktart: HiFi Verstärker
  • Anzahl der Ausgänge: 1
  • Herstellungsland und -region: Großbritannien
  • Kompatibles Produkt: Kabel
  • Farbe: Grau
  • Anzahl der Kanäle: 1

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Sunday, March 28th, 2021
Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect

HIFI – Classics QUAD II. Quad II: Peter Walker and the Acoustical Manufacturing Company. But what kind of devices are actually setting the tone? The English Acoustical Manufacturing Company from Huntingdon, near Cambridge, was founded in 1936 by Peter Walker. In order to better address the emerging market for high fidelity equipment, the brand name QUAD was chosen for Quality Unit Amplifier Domestic. Back then the world was still playing mono and so the first product was the tube-based one. Single-channel QA12 Pre Amplifier from 1949, soon followed by the QC II Pre, and the “Tube Power Amplifier”. This power amplifier was replaced by the 15 watt Quad II amplifier in 1953 and remained in the range until 1967. In terms of circuitry, wide tolerances in the tubes and components are compensated for in a very clever way. Distortions of the output signal are greatly reduced by including the windings of the transformer. The possible power of the output tubes is also not fully used, which makes the amplifier very reliable and durable. Signals and supply voltages are exchanged with the Control Unit via multi-contact plugs, making both devices one functional unit. These parts are defect! Condition see images, without tubes and cables, there are parts missing! Screws from bottom cover are missing. Für Modell Quad II (2), Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Hersteller / Marke: Acoustical Manufacturing Co. NF-(Niederfrequenz-) Verstärker oder -Mixer. 5: EF86 EF86 KT66 KT66 GZ32. Wechselstromspeisung / 100-130 / 200-250 Volt. Dieses Modell benötigt externe(n) Lautsprecher. Modell: Quad II – Acoustical Manufacturing Co. Tischmodell, Zusatz nicht bekannt – allgemein. 330 x 125 x 165 mm / 13 x 4.9 x 6.5 inch. Also power supply for the accompanying Quad QC II control unit and Quad FM tuners. 8.3 kg / 18 lb 4.5 oz (18.282 lb). High Fidelity Jahrbuch 1967/68. Privatverkauf, keine Garantie oder Gewährleistung auf die von mir angebotenen Waren, keine Rücknahme, Ausbesserung, Reparatur oder Ähnliches. Ab Übergabe Paketdienst geht die Gefahr auf den Käufer über. Mit dem Kauf erklären Sie sich ausdrücklich damit einverstanden, auf die Ihnen nach neuem EU Recht gesetzlich zustehende Gewährleistung /Garantie bei Gebrauchtwaren gegenüber dem Verkäufer völlig zu verzichten. Kaufen Sie nicht, wenn Sie mit diesen Bedingungen nicht einverstanden sind. By submitting an offer, you agree to. Waive the existing guarantee under the new EU law. The item “Vintage/rare(1954) 2 x QUAD II MONO TUBE AMPLIFIER without tubes/cables, defect” is in sale since Monday, March 22, 2021. This item is in the category “TV, Video & Audio\Heim-Audio & HiFi\Verstärker & Vorverstärker”. The seller is “thomar3930″ and is located in Wolfratshausen. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Besonderheiten: Analog
  • Marke: Quad
  • Modell: Quad II
  • Anzahl der Eingänge: 1
  • Produktart: HiFi Verstärker
  • Anzahl der Ausgänge: 1
  • Farbe: Grau
  • Anzahl der Kanäle: 1

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Monday, February 15th, 2021
Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

Rare Vintage Magnavox Stereo Quad El84 Tube Amp Amplifier (shiny & Nice-looking)

A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THIS RARE AND BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE TUBE AMPLIFIER IS PROVIDED AFTER THE PHOTOS. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE DESCRIPTION. DETAILED INFORMATION INVOLVING THE AMPLIFIER. As the photos show, the amplifier has a very impressive and classic look to it and would make a wonderful addition to any vintage amplifier collection. Please check out all of the photos that I have provided. The amplifier including the power transformer, other transformers, chassis, etc. Does have some discolored areas/spots (including some whitish/hazy marks on the top and sides of the amplifier and some corrosion spots, especially on the flanges at the sides of the amplifier), scuffs, swirl marks, scratches, bends, scrapes, marks, stains, dings, dents, etc. On it from age, use, etc. Although many of these items are too small to be picked up by the camera. This amplifier may have been polished by its former owner but I dont know whether it was or not. However, please check out all of the many photos for a variety of different views of this amplifier. In my opinion, this amplifier looks really nice and very clean for its age, has an impressive-looking appearance, and is one of the best-looking ones that I have seen. Located on the amplifier is one control which is labelled HUM and another control which is labelled BAL. There is also a pair of jacks labelled 1 and 2, respectively, along with the word INPUT next to them. In addition, there is a large white socket which is labelled TUNER PWR. Furthermore there are two terminal strips on the top surface of the amplifier, with both of these strips having various “tabs” on them. One of these strips is labelled “SPEAKERS” and the other strip is labelled “PILOT LIGHT”. The tabs on both of these strips have some bends, residual solder, residual wire, etc. I know nothing about these jacks, terminal strips, controls, and socket, and I also do not know if they work, how they work, if they are correct, if they are functional, if they are original, if they are operational, if they are complete, etc. Regarding the tubes which are included with the amplifier (and came with it when I bought it), they are as follows (see the photos of the tubes): (A) 6BQ5 (EL84); (B) 6BQ5 (EL84); (C) 6BQ5 (EL84); (D) 6BQ5 (EL84); (E) 6EU7; (F) 6EU7; and (G) 5U4GB (a grand total of 7 tubes). All of these tubes have the MAGNAVOX name on them. Regarding all of the tubes listed above, I did not test them and I therefore do not know if they are good or not. Likewise, the graphics are smudged/missing/faint on one or more of the tubes. Since all of the tubes say MAGNAVOX on them, they may be original although I dont know for sure whether they are original or not. In addition, I did not check the tube sockets and I likewise cannot warrant or guarantee that they are good, original, complete, and operational. I also dont know if the tubes in the photos are in the correct sockets or not. Accordingly, I will again leave all of the issues with the tubes whether the tubes are good, whether the sockets are good, what sockets the tubes should be in, etc. The amplifier chassis also has a really nice-looking MAGNAVOX name-badge on the top surface of it as the photos show. I dont know how the badge is secured to the amplifier chassis it may be secured using glue, etc. But I dont really know. The badge really gives a nice look to the amplifier! In addition, to the best of my understanding and observation, there are no controls on this amplifier (other than those mentioned above) and no On/Off switch on the amplifier. Likewise, the amplifier does not come with any kind of a pilot light or indicator light. The amplifier also does not appear to have a fuse or fuse-holder to the best of my understanding and observation. I have provided an underside view of the amplifier chassis in one of the photos. I have no idea if the wiring in the amplifier is correct or good and I dont know anything about the power transformer, the output transformers, and any other transformers used by the amplifier, as well as the other electronic components capacitors, resistors, and other parts, etc. Associated with the amplifier. Specifically, I dont know whether or not these components (including but not limited to the output, power, and any other transformers) and all of the other components/parts associated with the amplifier are good, correct, original, functional, properly-wired, etc. And I also dont know whether or not there are any missing/incomplete components and parts. In addition, I dont know anything about the condition of the resistors, capacitors, wires, transformers, tubes, etc. And whether or not they are original, functional, correct for this amplifier, etc. Regarding the power cord/plug, I dont know if it is original or not, if it is good or not, if it is wired correctly or not, and if it is the correct and appropriate one for this amplifier. I will leave any changes, modifications, repairs, inspections, assessments, tests, replacement of any parts, upgrades, additions of any missing parts or other parts, subtractions of any parts, expansions, etc. In summary, this amplifier is, in my view, really nice-looking, very clean, and has a very distinctive retro appearance. Are original or not, and whether it is complete. The above-described amplifier may have been worked on, repaired, and/or modified by someone else in the past, but I dont know whether this is true or not. In this regard, I have done nothing to this amplifier and I have not inspected it internally or externally and I have not tested it in any manner. No other items are included. However, I do not know how much work, parts, wires, wiring work/replacement, repairs, rewiring, power transformer repair/replacement, repair/replacement of the output transformer(s) or other transformer(s), electronic components, power cord/plug, controls, tubes, sockets, resistors, capacitors, switches, terminal strip replacement/repair/addition, or other components/parts, etc. It is very heavy for its size! This amplifier will be carefully packed and double-boxed, with the tubes being removed from their sockets and individually wrapped with bubble-wrap. While I will pack this item very securely, some of the wires, components, parts, capacitors, resistors, sockets, transformers, Magnavox name-badge, terminal strips, controls, and other parts/components etc. However, I will do my best to try and prevent these situations by very carefully packing this amplifier although I cannot guarantee that they wont happen. Please make a note of this. Furthermore, all of the tubes, sockets, capacitors, resistors, transformers, wiring, power cord/plug, terminal strips, controls, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts need to be checked out by an electronic expert to see if the tubes are good, if the tubes are the correct ones for this amplifier, if the tubes are in the correct sockets, and if all of the tubes, capacitors, resistors, transformers, sockets, power cord/plug, wiring, terminal strips, power cord/plug, controls, and all of the amplifiers other components/parts are good, functional, correct for this amplifier, and operational. This needs to be done before the amplifier is powered-up, tested, used, worked on, connected to any other equipment, speakers, instruments, or components, connected to a power source/supply, handled, repaired, modified, upgraded, etc. Likewise, as noted above, there is no fuse in this amplifier it does not appear that there was ever one since there is no fuse-holder, etc. Although I dont know if this is correct or not. Likewise, I have no idea whether everything is original or not in the above-listed equipment and I therefore cannot make any warranties regarding originality. I also do not warrant that this amplifier is complete and I do not know if there are any missing, damaged, incomplete, previously repaired/replaced parts, malfunctioning or incorrect parts, components, tubes, sockets, etc. In addition, there may be various blemishes, marks, spots, or other similar items on the amplifier which are not visible in the photos due to their size, the lighting which existed when the photos were taken, etc. The item “RARE VINTAGE MAGNAVOX STEREO QUAD EL84 TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER (SHINY & NICE-LOOKING)” is in sale since Sunday, February 14, 2021. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “jaymalkin” and is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Monday, January 4th, 2021
Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

Beautiful Rare Vintage Heathkit Sa-2 Quad El84 Stereo Tube Amp Amplifier

A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THIS RARE VINTAGE TUBE AMPLIFIER IS PROVIDED AFTER THE PHOTOS. PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO SEE THE DESCRIPTION. It has a very distinctive retro and industrial look to it. Also, it is really attractive-looking and in very good cosmetic condition in my view. It was carefully wrapped up in cloth and stored in a box that I found down in the basement. I wasnt going to sell this amp since it is so cool-looking but I decided to sell it and let it go to a new home where someone can appreciate and enjoy it. DETAILED INFORMATION INVOLVING THE AMPLIFIER. As the photos show, this amp has a very interesting, unique, and distinctive look to it as mentioned above and it would make a wonderful addition to any vintage electronic collection. It also has a very unusual retro/industrial appearance and is in beautiful cosmetic condition in my opinion. Ive never seen another amp which looks quite like it. Check out all of the many photos of it that I have provided which show both the inside and outside of the amp. The amplifier is a Heathkit Stereo Tube Amplifier Model SA-2. It has a very distinctive front faceplate as the photos show. The graphics do show some wear for example, the SA-2 model no. Is faint, worn, etc. But, as a whole, they look fairly good in my opinion. Please check out the various photos which show the front faceplate and the graphics. There is also a nice-looking metal bronze-colored trim-piece on the front faceplate as shown in the photos which is in great condition in my view. The trim-piece also has a retro stylized HEATHKIT logo on it which looks very attractive as shown in the photos. The cabinet in is really nice cosmetic condition in my opinion. While the cabinet does have some nicks, scratches, scrapes, cuts, a bit of paint-residue, etc. On it (see the many photos of it that I have provided), it is again my opinion that it is in really nice condition and I believe that it would be difficult to find one that is better cosmetically. It looks like this amp did not get a lot of use, wear, etc. Based on its nice cosmetic condition although I dont know for sure if this is the case or not since I dont really know anything about the history of this amp. However, I think that it is one of the most stylish and unique-looking amps that I have ever seen! The amplifier chassis is shown in detail in the photos. It looks really nice in my view and has a nice shine to it. It is also very clean, too. While the chassis has some scratches, scrapes, dents, scuffs, residue, bends, discoloration, dirt, etc. On it, the chassis looks very good in my opinion as shown in the photos. There appears to be a few pieces of black tape on the rear of the chassis. I don’t what these are and how easily they are removed (if desired). However, the chassis used by this amplifier is one of the cleanest and shiniest that I have seen and really looks nice in my opinion. Regarding the knobs, they are all present and appear to be original based on what Ive seen on the Internet. The knobs are very cool and distinctive-looking. They have some wear on them, but in my view, they really look nice with their shiny brass metal inserts and give the entire amp a very unique and distinctive look unlike any other amp that Ive ever come across. I have provided a number of photos of the amplifier chassis. This amp has not been tested and I have no idea as to the condition of the tubes, electronic components, wires, transformers, switches, controls, fuse, fuse-holder, and the other components, parts, etc. Associated with this amp. In addition, I do not know if all of the parts, components, and elements associated with this amp are original or not. I likewise have no idea whether anything is missing from the amp and its various electronic components, controls, switches, transformers, etc. I also have no idea if this amp has ever been worked on, serviced, and/or repaired or not. I have not inspected or done anything to any of the components, parts, switches, controls, sockets, tubes, transformers, etc. Inside and outside of this amp and I know nothing about their condition. Furthermore, it should be assumed that this amplifier is not working and that it will need service, repair, parts, components, tubes, or a combination of these items. Please make a note of this. However, the amp has a very good cosmetic appearance in my view and check out all of the photos of the amplifier which show it from various angles. The amplifier has a bottom plate which is shown in the photos. The bottom plate is nice, clean, and shiny. While it has a number of scratches, scrapes, dings, dents, bends, scuffs, dirt, discoloration, etc. From age, use, etc. It looks very good in my view. The bottom plate is held in position using a number of screws as shown in the photos and I do not know if the screws are original or not or if they are correct for this amplifier. The bottom plate has a number of slots, openings, etc. On it and, in addition, an open area which exposes a number of jacks, etc. Likewise, there are some paper labels attached to the bottom plate adjacent these jacks and various other controls which evidently provides some kind of identifying information regarding these items. I do not know what this identifying information involves and if, in fact, it involves identifying information regarding the jacks, controls, etc. The paper labels discussed above do have some worn areas, rough spots, discoloration, etc. On them but they are mostly readable and look nice as the photos show. Likewise, there are 4 plastic feet attached to the bottom plate using screws. These feet do not appear to be original although I do not know if they are original or not. The feet are in decent condition in my opinion although they do have a number of scuffs, scratches, scrapes, discoloration, etc. On them from use and age. Regarding all of the jacks/controls on the bottom of the amplifier as well as the controls on the front of the amplifier, the other controls which are used by the amplifier, and all of the amplifiers other components, parts, and elements, I have no idea if they are original, complete, operational, functional, properly wired/installed, or correct for this amplifier and, accordingly, I will again leave an assessment of all of these items and the amplifier as a whole, as well as its tubes, fuse, fuse-holder, etc. Furthermore, there are a number of screws on the bottom of the amp which hold the cabinet in position. I dont know if these screws are original or not, if they are correct for this amplifier, etc. They also might be a bit difficult to remove. At the rear of the amp, there are a number of components including a pair of outlets, two large terminal strips with multiple screw-terminals thereon, some kind of a wire extending outward from the amplifier chassis and connected to one of the screw terminals, a slide switch, and a fuse holder. I have no idea whether these outlets are good, correct for this amp, functional, operational, wired correctly, etc. I also do not know what they are supposed to do. I will therefore leave an assessment of these outlets as well as all of the amplifiers other parts, components, tubes, wires, transformers, controls, switches, jacks, power cord/plug, tubes, fuse, fuse-holder, etc. I did notice that at least some of the screws on the terminal strips have what appears to be some colored marking-pen ink on them. I don’t know anything about this. Regarding the power cord/plug, I dont know if it is original or not, if it is good or not, if it is wired correctly or not, and if it is the correct and appropriate one for this amp. Regarding the tubes which are included with this amp (and were in it when I bought it), they are as follows: (A) 6BQ5 (USA); (B) 6BQ5 (USA); (C) 6BQ5 (USA); (D) 6BQ5 (USA); (E) 6AN8A GT. BRITAIN; (F) 6AN8A GT. BRITAIN; (G) 6AU6A (USA); (H) 6AU6 (USA); (I) ECC83/12AX7 GT. BRITAIN; (J) ECC83/12AX7 GT. BRITAIN; and (K) a larger tube which has no tube-number on it (made in GREAT BRITAIN). However, I noticed some codes etched in the glass as follows: f 3 1 and B 9 E. From what Ive read on the Internet, these codes indicate that the tube is a GZ34 possibly made by Mullard. Nonetheless, I do not know if this information is correct or not and if I have read the codes correctly or not since they are very hard to see. Accordingly, I cannot make any guarantees regarding this tube and whether it is correct or not for this amplifier and whether it is good or not. Likewise, regarding all of the above-listed tubes, I do not know if they are good or not, if they are correct for this amplifier, if they are in the correct sockets, etc. And I have not tested them. Likewise, the graphics are smudged/missing/faint on the tubes to varying degrees. As stated above, I also dont know if these tubes are the correct ones for this amp, if they are original or not, and if they are in the correct sockets. Also, I did not check the tube sockets and I likewise cannot warrant or guarantee that they are good, original, functional, fully-intact, and operational. Likewise, I did not inspect or test the fuse and fuse holder which are used by this amplifier. In this regard, I dont know if the fuse holder is functional, original, and wired correctly, and I likewise do not know if the fuse is the correct one for this amplifier and if the fuse is good or not. I also did not inspect this amplifier for damage, missing parts, broken parts, replaced parts, incorrect parts, etc. And I likewise did not inspect any of the other internal or external controls, parts, wires, resistors, transformers, capacitors, switches, jacks, outlets, power cord/plug, fuse, fuse holder, terminals, or any of the other components associated with this amp and I will likewise leave any assessment of these items and everything else associated with this amp and its tubes, parts, components, fuse, controls, etc. Regarding the various controls used by this amplifier, I did not operate them, I did not test them, and I know nothing about their condition. In addition, the amp includes 2 metal tube-shields which are positioned over the 12AX7 tubes. I dont know if these tube shields are original, correct for this amplifier, placed on the correct tubes or not, etc. The tube-shields look decent in my view although they do have some wear, scratches, discoloration, etc. On them, most likely from age, use, etc. Furthermore, this amp includes a very cool-looking red-colored indicator light on the front of the amp which is shown in the photos. I have not tested this indicator light and I dont know whether it is good or not or if it is correct for this amplifier or not. I also dont know if it is original or not. The amplifier chassis has a main power transformer and 2 output transformers. I do not know anything about these transformers, if they are good or not, if they are original or not, and if they are wired correctly or not. These transformers can be seen in the various photos of the chassis that I have provided. These seems to be some kind of residue on top of one of the output transformers. It may have come this way from the factory, but I dont know whether or not this is the case. I also dont know if any or all of the transformers are original or not, if they have been replaced at some time in the past, etc. And if they are operational/functional. As previously noted, I have provided various views of the amplifier chassis in the photos. I have no idea if the wiring in the amp is correct or good and I dont know anything about any of the electronic components capacitors, resistors, outlets, controls, switches, tubes, wires, power cord/plug, transformers, jacks, fuse holder, terminal strips, fuse, etc. Associated with the amp. Specifically, I dont know whether or not these components and all of the other components/parts/elements associated with the amp are good, correct, original, functional, properly-wired, operational, etc. And I also dont know whether or not there are any missing, replaced, and/or incomplete components and parts. In addition, I dont know anything about the condition of the resistors, capacitors, wires, transformers, tubes, controls, fuse holder, fuse, switches, jacks, outlets, power cord/plug, wires, terminal strips, etc. And whether or not they are original, functional, correct for this amp, etc. Likewise, it should also be noted that Heathkit products were designed to be assembled by their purchasers and, in this regard, I cannot provide any representations, guarantees, warranties, or conclusions concerning the assembly of this amp and whether or not it was assembled properly and put together in accordance with Heathkits instructional materials. Accordingly, I did not conduct an in-depth or detailed inspection of this amp for damage, missing parts, broken parts, incorrect parts, incomplete parts, improperly assembled parts and circuitry, repaired parts, etc. Likewise, I would encourage a detailed overview of the many photos of this amp inside and out that I have provided since these photos should be considered to be an important and integral part of the current description of this amp. Furthermore, there may be various issues, damages, missing parts, incorrect parts, incomplete parts, inoperative parts, improperly assembled parts and circuitry, repaired parts, replaced parts, etc. In conclusion, this is an unusual and unique amp with a very interesting retro appearance. It looks like it is in great cosmetic condition and is really a beautiful amp in my view. Accordingly, it would make a great addition to any vintage electronic collection. Are original or not and whether the amplifier is complete. I have not done anything to this amp and all of its parts, transformers, wires, electronic components, tubes, sockets, fuse, fuse holder, capacitors, resistors, jacks, switches, controls, wires, power cord/plug, outlets, indicator light and all of its other components and I know nothing about their condition. The above-described amp may have been worked on, repaired, and/or modified by someone else in the past, but I dont know whether this is true or not. In this regard, I have done nothing to this amp and I have not inspected it internally or externally and have not tested it or any of its parts, tubes, indicator light, fuse, fuse holder, controls, switches, jacks, outlets, power cord/plug, outlets, transformers, etc. No other items such as boxes, cartons, paperwork, manuals, literature, carrying cases, accessories, or anything else are included. However, I do not know how much work, parts, wires, wiring work/replacement, repairs, rewiring, transformers, electronic components, power cord/plug, controls, switches, tubes, jacks, fuse, fuse holder, sockets, resistors, capacitors, outlets, indicator light, or other components/parts, etc. This amp is heavy (it weighs approximately 25 pounds packed). This amp has been very carefully packed/wrapped and is double-boxed. While I will pack this amp very securely, some of the wires, components, parts, capacitors, resistors, sockets, transformers, jacks, indicator light, fuse, fuse holder, sockets, controls, knobs, switches, screws, faceplate, trim-piece on the faceplate, Heathkit logo, power cord/plug, and other parts/components etc. However, I have done my best to try and prevent these situations by very carefully packing and double-boxing this amp although I cannot guarantee that they wont happen. Furthermore, all of the tubes, sockets, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, switches, power cord/plug, indicator light, controls, outlets, fuse, fuse holder, and all of the amps other components/parts need to be checked out by an electronic expert to see if the tubes are good, if the tubes are the correct ones for this amp, if the tubes are in the correct sockets, if the fuse is good, if the fuse is the correct one for this amplifier, if the fuse holder is good/correct, and if all of the tubes, capacitors, resistors, jacks, transformers, sockets, power cord/plug, wiring, indicator light, outlets, switches, controls, and all of the amps other components/parts are good, functional, correct for this amp, and operational. This needs to be done before the amp is powered-up, tested, used, worked on, connected to any other equipment, instruments, or components, connected to a power source/supply, handled, repaired, modified, upgraded, etc. Likewise, I have no idea whether everything is original or not in the above-listed equipment and I therefore cannot make any warranties regarding originality. I also do not warrant that this amp is complete and I do not know if there are any missing, damaged, incomplete, previously repaired/replaced parts, malfunctioning or incorrect parts, components, tubes, fuse, fuse-holder, etc. The item “BEAUTIFUL RARE VINTAGE HEATHKIT SA-2 QUAD EL84 STEREO TUBE AMP AMPLIFIER” is in sale since Sunday, January 3, 2021. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “jaymalkin” and is located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Tube Amplifier
  • Brand: Heathkit

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Thursday, September 17th, 2020
Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Send me a “Make offer” if interested. A fine restored example of the Quad II. I originally took this to my repair tech [back in 2006] and he replaced a defective choke from another one of my Quad II parts unit. He measured the filter capacitor and found one side a bit low. He added a ten MFD cap to it. After those repairs he ran the amplifier on the bench for at least an hour then ran frequency scans. The results are enclosed. A RCA adapter was made for this unit. I then never used the amp and it sat for over 10 years. I recently pulled it out and found it powered up just fine however no sound so I took it to repair tech Doug at Audio Specialties in Portland as my original repair tech has retired. Doug replaced a bad resistor in the power supply circuit. This is a 110v amp. My Commitment is to Your 100% Satisfaction! Vintage Treasures At low Prices. I’m human make mistakes and not perfect please give me the opportunity to make things right if not completely satisfied. It is the star system at the bottom of the feedback page. PLEASE LEAVE 5 STARS! It is very important. If there is a problem with item please contact me before opening case or leaving dsr ratings! IF YOU ARE NOT PLEASED LET ME KNOW AND I WILL WORK TO MAKE IT THAT WAY. The item “Vintage Quad II amplifier tube mono amp Restored Genalex” is in sale since Thursday, August 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “flukyfinds” and is located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Power Amplifier
  • Brand: Quad

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920′s RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

Thursday, July 16th, 2020
TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920's RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp

RARE QUARTET TUBE DIRECT HEATER TRIODE DHT METAL BASE MADE IN FRANCE IN VERY LIMITED SERIE MANUFACTURED IN FRANCE IN THE EARLY 1920′s FOR MILITARY PURPOSE IN RADIO COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT THEY ARE VERY PARTICULAR AND RARE HEATER 3.5 VOLT AND 0.06 AMPERE FULL STURDY METAL BASE 4 SHORT PINS FULL SHINING GETTER similar to UX-201 UX-301 201 301 01 triode RCA radiotron chunningham for early radio made in 1920′s FULL TESTED AS PER PICTURES AND ALSO TESTED IN MY ATWETER KENT BREADBOARD RADIO WITH EXCEPTIONAL AUDIO RESULTS (TESTED AND WORKING CONDITIONS OF ATWETER KENT BREADBOARD TO 3.5 VOLT HEATER ADJUSTED). Tube valve lampe röhre tsf HAM RADIO audio hi-end hi-fi diy POWER AMPLIFIER roehre Pre-Amplifier Preamp Pri VINTAGE stereo SE Single Ended PP Push-Pull VACUUM TUBES röhren roehre vorverstärker röhrenverstärker preamp preamplifier roehre röhre nos nib tube ovp röhren. BOX 35 + 25. The item “TRIODE METAL BASE TUBE 1920′s RARE NOS NIB RADIO 01s QUAD vintage preamp pre amp” is in sale since Monday, May 28, 2018. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Parts & Accessories\Vintage Tubes & Tube Sockets”. The seller is “wege_high_tubes” and is located in Verona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Bundle Listing: No
  • Model: RM
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: France
  • Custom Bundle: No
  • Non-Domestic Product: No
  • Type: NOS Tube
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: RT RADIO TECNIQUE RADIO MICRO

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Sunday, May 31st, 2020
Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex

A fine restored example of the Quad II. I originally took this to my repair tech [back in 2006] and he replaced a defective choke from another one of my Quad II parts unit. He measured the filter capacitor and found one side a bit low. He added a ten MFD cap to it. After those repairs he ran the amplifier on the bench for at least an hour then ran frequency scans. The results are enclosed. A RCA adapter was made for this unit. I then never used the amp and it sat for over 10 years. I recently pulled it out and found it powered up just fine however no sound so I took it to repair tech Doug at Audio Specialties in Portland as my original repair tech has retired. Doug replaced a bad resistor in the power supply circuit. This is a 110v amp. My Commitment is to Your 100% Satisfaction! Vintage Treasures At low Prices. I’m human make mistakes and not perfect please give me the opportunity to make things right if not completely satisfied. It is the star system at the bottom of the feedback page. PLEASE LEAVE 5 STARS! It is very important. If there is a problem with item please contact me before opening case or leaving dsr ratings! IF YOU ARE NOT PLEASED LET ME KNOW AND I WILL WORK TO MAKE IT THAT WAY. The item “Vintage Quad II tube amplifier Made in England tube mono amp Restored Genalex” is in sale since Saturday, February 15, 2020. This item is in the category “Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps”. The seller is “flukyfinds” and is located in Lake Oswego, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Power Amplifier
  • Brand: Quad