rednedtugent wrote: »
Says here, you can cut hole in the floor to get the amp out of the way!
Don't know what to do w/ this Illinois artifact...
leftwinger57 wrote: »
Ok, how about these either late '60s of early '70 Rectilinear Low Boy3s.These I got off c/l for $50 and were/are in pristine condition has you will see
jdjohn wrote: »
Side system I've put together from gear in my dad's garage. Check it out...dual Duals! Top one is a 1228, bottom one is a 1215S. That's a Rotel RX-602 receiver; it has two phono inputs, so I just had to try playing two-at-once and toggle 1&2. Realistic Optimus T-100 floorstanders with JBL 2500 bookies on top. The tweeters in the Realistics aren't that great, but the little JBLs fill-out the top end nicely. I'm going to sell this to a long-time friend at work...but with only one of the turntables.
mhardy6647 wrote: »
Good for you!
The AU-717 is a nice amplifier: aesthetically, structurally, and sonically. They're not rare (even though they were 'spensive)... but I'm still waiting for one to cross my path.scan0004a by Mark Hardy, on Flickrscan0005a by Mark Hardy, on Flickr
OldSchoolPolk wrote: »
Power meters on hifi amplifiers are sort of like flames embroidered on the sides of a woman's tightly knit sweater.
Oh my God, I hope I didn't type that out loud.....