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anubisgrau 5th April 2012 10:34 AM

Wanted: DOXA Power Amp
 
If any of Scandinavian friends have DOXA 70 in any of the varieties for sale, I would be interested in having one. Dual mono (2 trafos) version prefered.
Pls PM in such a case. Thanks.

Zen Mod 5th April 2012 10:40 AM

did you heard them ?

anubisgrau 5th April 2012 11:05 AM

i have one at home at the moment, borrowed from someone both you and me know (impuls)...

it sounds excellent, easy, relaxed and effortless; has good power to control my current speakers plus (last but not least) runs completely cool so it can be on 24/7. i need a reasonable solution for warm summer days when i don't want any excessive heat in my room (that's why pass amps our out)...

Zen Mod 5th April 2012 11:08 AM

I presumed well

:cheers:

anubisgrau 5th April 2012 11:25 AM

let's just hope someone has one for sale. 70SE Mk2 Signature is a desired version but anything with 2x650VA trafos is good too.

Zen Mod 5th April 2012 11:31 AM

well ..... in case you can't find any for sale , there is always DIY

did you tried contacting mnfctrr , asking for price and current models availability?

he's member here , but I forgot his nick .

oiphy 5th April 2012 11:32 AM

DOXA model 70se power amplifier - FINN Torget

for sale in Norway, price 2000 NOK

checking price on to more..

Zen Mod 5th April 2012 11:38 AM

whoa !

that's cheap!!

http://www.xe.com/ucc/convert/?Amoun...rom=NOK&To=EUR

good luck Grau

be fast (call Ninja)

oiphy 5th April 2012 11:58 AM

I'll be able to help out with this if you pay me actual cost of amp and shipping.
cost free from me :)

anubisgrau 5th April 2012 01:03 PM

thanks, all the PMs sent

Zen Mod, it ain't worth DIY-ing for this money. just the box will probably cost around this money....:)..... that's why i was seeking for it, they are normally 300-450e s/h. after all these are 20 year old amps.... but very low maintenance, as i said they don't fry transistors or dry caps as hot amps


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