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chops 10th March 2008 08:47 PM

FS: Crown D-75A Amplifier - MINT!
 
I have for sale a near mint Crown D-75A amp that I bought a couple of years ago to power my Altec 511B horns. It has worked flawlessly and sounds absolutely great! It is dead silent, runs cold and is in excellent shape. There is almost ZERO "rack-rash". You really have to look very close to see anything on the ears. Whoever had it before me apparently used rubber washers when they mounted it.

This amp still sells new for over $900! I am letting this one go for a fraction of that at $325 + insurance + shipping to anywhere in the CONUS. I accept PayPal ONLY.

Here's a picture of it so you can see how great of shape it is in...

http://charlest.zenfolio.com/img/v2/p1006978254-4.jpg

chops 12th March 2008 12:31 AM

Bump.

ttan98 12th March 2008 12:45 AM

I have reading your threads in a number of sites.

I think you should retain this unit unless you decided not to develop speakers anymore. I think you know this unit is very usefull indeed. BTW I have a unit too.

It's a pity you have to give up your OB speakers, I thought you are starting to enjoy them.

cheers.

ttan98 12th March 2008 12:46 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by ttan98
I have reading your threads in a number of sites.

I think you should retain this unit unless you decided not to develop speakers anymore. I think you know this unit is very usefull indeed. BTW I have a unit too.

It's a pity you have to give up your OB speakers, I thought you are starting to enjoy them.

cheers.


Soory I am referring to your DCX2496 not the crown.

zener_diode 12th March 2008 08:56 PM

Does that D-75A have a switching power supply in it?

chops 13th March 2008 01:22 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by zener_diode
Does that D-75A have a switching power supply in it?

I honestly don't know. I DO know that the amp is extremely silent, even when directly connected to super efficient horns. These's absolutely no hum, hiss or buzz of any kind.

zener_diode 13th March 2008 02:25 AM

Are you telling me that a DIY audio guy never popped the cover to
take a peek? :confused: :D

chops 13th March 2008 06:55 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by zener_diode
Are you telling me that a DIY audio guy never popped the cover to
take a peek? :confused: :D


Go ahead and buy it, then you can pop it open and check it out. ;)

pinkmouse 13th March 2008 09:09 PM

The one I owned about 15 years ago had a traffo, and I can't see why they would change it, it was a smashing amp.

zener_diode 13th March 2008 10:38 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by pinkmouse
The one I owned about 15 years ago had a traffo, and I can't see why they would change it, it was a smashing amp.

What's a traffo ?


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