Marchand XM44 active crossover for my Innersound Eros MKII speakers. The first design Innersound bass amp/active crossover only had one knob to control bass/mids. The XM44 has seperate low and high controls for my bass amp and panel amp, with a 5dB mids boost control in the 5Hz to 2KHz range allowing me unlimited, picky bastage flexibility.
CJ PV-7 Tube Pre-Amp....look at that MINT faceplate and guess what year it was manufactured? 1987.
Early B. wrote:
Guts of Marsh A200S...
BTW -- what are those 4 little circular thingys on each side of the chassis?
Dennis Gardner wrote:
The heatsinks look like they are serving no purpose in those photos to me. I'm sure I'm missing something.
They are mosfets.
...Cool amplifier.. one of the better sounding class A/B amp's I've heard for the price (at least, when ran direct). I hope she sings for you!
Bipolars can look like Mosfets when they are in a "can" (the metal encasing). Not all bipolars come in a "can". It just depends on who/how they are manufactured.
Marsh does use bipolars for his outputs though.
I look forward to reading your impressions.
You guys are lame....imagine re-tubing this to the tune of 22 tubes....
Thank God for different opinions. Imagine the world if we all wanted the same woman
dorokusai what make is this? (Possibly a BSR ADC B100?)
Innersound Crossover (Bass) Amplifier with Remote!