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U.S. Army signal corps complete p.a. system for sale

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I have a u.s. army signal corps p.a. system. It is a tube amplifier, Bogen turntable, speakers, microphone, cables, gooseneck lamp, spare tubes for the amp, spare stylus' for the turntable, spare bulbs for the gooseneck lamp, even a signout sheet, showing that it was infact signed out and saw active duty in August of 1966. Everything works fine, the speakers (10") are not blown or torn and don't sound half bad. I have no use for it & I'd much rather see someone who would enjoy it get the use out of it. If you're interested, make me an offer. I'm open to trades or whatever, I really don't know what I want for it, but its not much. I live in the S.F. bay area (Ca.), so shipping costs are on you & will be taken into consideration of overall selling price.
 
I'll get you some by next week

I'll have to get back to you on that. Its in storage. But the amp/turntable are one unit, wooden crate basically that is 2 pieces that are hinged to each other, and opens diagonally. Latches on the sides to keep closed. In the top is a mount for the light. The speakers are basically the same set up except they aren't hinged. The mic and all of the spare parts are in little wooden compartments in the back of one speaker that is slightly deeper than the other one and the power cord and mic cord are also in the deeper speaker along with that speaker's cord. The cord for the other speaker is with the other speaker in its cab. There is a louvred panel on the front of the amp that is hinged and held shut with twistlocks. That is the access panel to access the tubes. I'll do my best to get you some pics sometime next week. The turntable is made by Bogen. I know that much for sure.
 
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