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Old 16th December 2009, 01:37 AM   #1
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Default FS: Decware SE84C Amp (Kit)

the kit is about a month and a half old. the amp is fully functional right now and is being used to power a pair of fonken speakers. all voltages are within the suggested specs. the board is populated to be mounted under the chassis. as of right now everything is inside a 3/4" birch plywood box but none of the panel mounted components except the iec socket are mounted on to the chassis.

up for sale are the following items.

everything i received as part of the zkit 1 from steve. ($320)
vampire rca sockets ($20)
bennic binding posts ($15)
kilo volume knob (milled out of solid aluminum (i have 2 for $10 for both)
nails/spacers/bolts/nuts ($16)
wood chassis ($60)
4 ultron el84s and 5 6dj8s (3 sylvanias, 1 rca, 1 ge) ($72)
the total in parts alone comes to $513.

the amp comes as is - it is in full working condition. i just dont have time to get the case work finished.

asking $435 shipped in conus. i accept money order, personal check (amp will be shipped with the check clears) or paypal from verified paypal users. buyer is responsible for any fees.

i have plenty of feedback at head-fi.org (headphone enthusiast website). please email me if you have any questions or concerns.

i will take new pictures soon and post them. the ones i already have are from the build process and dont show the amp in its current state (except for the one added.



ps. the fonkens are also for sale. i wouldnt mind doing a package deal if anyone grabs both.
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Old 19th December 2009, 04:18 PM   #2
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$400 shipped.
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Old 20th December 2009, 05:06 PM   #3
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Fantastic amps these. With the right type of speaker they are capablle of great insight, depth and grip. I have recently sold one, which I have since regretted! good luck with the sale m8.

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Old 21st December 2009, 04:24 AM   #4
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thanks a ton for the wishes steve

in keeping with the holiday spirit, $350 + shipping + any fees takes it. thats the amp, all the extra stuff (hardware, chassis etc) and the tubes as well for that price.
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Old 22nd December 2009, 04:33 AM   #5
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something came up and i need money fast. $320 + shipping + fees. thats just the cost of the kit by itself. you still get everything that was listed above...you will NOT find a better deal anywhere.

send me a reasonable offer, i need to sell the amp fast.
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