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Old 22nd February 2009, 10:05 AM   #1
hudsy is offline hudsy  Canada
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I am new here and have been reading a bit. I came across an Onix OA12S amp just over a year ago. The minimalist look of it caught my eye and I fell in love with the look. I made a deal with the audio place (they had no idea what it was, nor did I at the time but I could definitely tell that it was British). I hooked it up at home and I love this amp.

My question is, I know that it is old but how do I know when it is time to get it re-capped and tuned up?

Does anyone have the schematics or service manual for it. I saw that one of the designers of this amp (Mr. Tony Brady) is on this site and I am hoping that he can lend some information to me as I want to keep this running for many many years.


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