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Old 17th February 2013, 01:20 AM   #1
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Default Time to clean up and clear out!

I've got a bunch of stuff to clear out. Lots of projects I will never get to, and way more stuff than I need, since I already have too many systems in the house! Shipping will be additional, and at cost - I prefer to ship to North America, simply because it's easier, but if you really want me to ship elsewhere, convince me! And if you think my price is out of line, let me know - I really need to get rid of some stuff!

1. Magnavox console amp- This is one of those very popular single ended EL84 amps that get raves. I have the amp, as well as the associated tuner/preamp, but I never got around to getting it going. The output tubes have gone missing as well, but they're cheap and easy to get. Here's an example of one of these amps, all finished, on eBay: Hot Rod Audio Special Turnkey Magnavox 197 Chassis Tube Amp RH84 Circuit | eBay $75
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2. Solid State integrated amp project - I picked this up at a hamfest, but got no further. (Are you seeing a trend here?) It came with an old magazine that has the project inside, but the previous owner didn't finish it up, and I suspect there are some parts only for one channel. It's in an old repurposed Eico chassis, and for this price the parts that are there are worth it. $25
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3. Baldwin Organ solid state amp. Same story- bought it on ebay, paid for shipping, thought it was a cool idea, never executed. Comes with extensive documentation/schematic/pix. $25
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4. Samken Audio Hybrid Power Amp project. I wish somebody would stop me at these hamfests! It looks complete, and I just tested it, but only got sound out of one channel, so I'll let you figure it out. Comes with brochure/schematic. $25
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More to come! Let me know if you're interested.
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Old 17th February 2013, 01:57 AM   #2
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Default Part 2!

5. Fisher Hybrid IC power amp project - this one is untested, but just because I'm lazy, since it uses non-standard speaker connections. I've tried to research the Fisher Hybrid IC, but came up empty. It must have some history, but I don't know what it is! $25
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6. Dynaco phono preamp board - PS11 board, I think from a PAS2. Populated with antique parts (by original builder, not me) but untested. $25
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7. Bogen DB115 EL84 mono integrated amp - Lights up, but no sound. Untested tubes included. $50
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8. Heathkit AA-161 EL84 mono integrated amp - when tested, sounded good with a little hum, then faded away. PS caps? Untested tubes included. $50
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9. Heathkit AJ-31 mono tube tuner - I don't know if it works, because when I plugged it in the shorted power cord blew off! And popped the circuit breaker in the house! Anyway, it matches the above amp nicely, and it might only need a power cord - who knows? $35
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Old 17th February 2013, 02:18 AM   #3
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10. Realistic 42-2101A phono preamp. This is one of those little solid state phono preamps - this one is in really nice shape. $30
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11. Radio Shack Digital Audio Link - Model No. 15-2574 - Connect your computer, MP3 player, or other audio device wirelessly to your stereo. Mint in box. $25

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12. Linksys Wireless Music system - Connect iPod, iPhone, or other mp3 player, etc. to your stereo wirelessly. Mint in box. $25
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13. Radio Shack AM/FM analog tuner - Model TM-150 39-1956. Small format analog tuner - works great! $30
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14. Another Radio Shack AM/FM analog tuner - Model TM-100. Also small format analog tuner - a little dinged up on the front corners, but works great! $25
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Old 17th February 2013, 02:22 AM   #4
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Default Are you in New Jersey? Or close?

If you are in New Jersey, or close, we can talk about picking up some of this stuff from my home at the Jersey shore. If you do me a favor and buy a bunch of this stuff, I could probably be talked into meeting up to deliver - I'll travel up to an hour from my home to meet, if we make a deal for a substantial amount of this stuff. Help me clear it out!
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Old 17th February 2013, 02:31 AM   #5
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It was one of those Maggie SE amps and a pair of BD Pipes that got me onto FR systems.

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Old 17th February 2013, 02:44 AM   #6
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15. Heathkit AJ-31 FM multiplex adaptor - This is in nice shape, and powers on, but I'm not sure whether it works or not, since the old Scott mono tuner I tested it with doesn't seem to be generating any output at all! So, like a lot of this stuff, assume it might need some work. $50
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Old 17th February 2013, 04:59 PM   #7
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I am interested in the Fisher.

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Old 17th February 2013, 06:24 PM   #8
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Hi Scott. Thanks for your interest - I sent you a PM.
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Old 18th February 2013, 07:24 PM   #9
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Offers? Anybody?
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