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Model 601 Tube amp
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Old 10th April 2013, 02:24 AM   #1
argonrepublic is offline argonrepublic  Canada
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Default Model 601 Tube amp

I picked up a vintage tube amp today. I have no idea with any details or how to begin to put it to use. Any help would surely be appreciated. On the front it says Model 601 and has a Microphone input. On the rear it has a couple of strange connectors, on the top there is a green wire that is not terminated. It has what resembles a fuse cup.
It has 2 6V6GT, 2 6SL7GT. It has a 4 pin unit that resembles a tube.
On the back it is marked 202000
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Old 10th April 2013, 02:53 AM   #2
Eli Duttman is offline Eli Duttman  United States
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The green wire plus "dohickey" is the top cap connection for what is likely a metal envelope 6J7 pentode.

The tube with a curved plate and a rod cathode is a photocell. I'm guessing the amp came out of a movie projector.

What look like 2 contact Jones connector sockets are probably speaker connections.

The rectifier is a 5Z4 metal envelope tube.

The power trafo looks "meaty" enough.

Stereo is out, unless you can find an exact mate. The makings of a guitar amp are certainly there. If you want go down that path, have the moderators move this thread to the Instruments and Amps "board".
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Old 10th April 2013, 03:05 AM   #3
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What would be the pin configuration of the 4 pin power connector?
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Old 11th April 2013, 04:35 AM   #4
rotofluid is offline rotofluid  Canada
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This amp is part of the Gaumont 601 16mm film projector. The US equivalent would be the Bell & Howell 179. Good luck!

Bell And Howell Gaumont Model 601 Projector Photos by johnvgriffin | Photobucket

http://www.film-tech.com/warehouse/manuals/BH179OS.pdf
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