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Who recognizes the chassis of this amp

alray

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2009-12-28 4:16 pm
Hello, I am Bert and live in the Netherlands, I did ask this question at the forum in the Netherland but I didn't got the right answere. Who can tell me what amplifier this is. The transformers, choke are made bij Thordarson. Hope you can help me,

Greetings Bert
 

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The 4-pin rectifer says "pre-war" to me, as Thordarson used octal rectifiers in the amps I've seen made from 1946 on. Though it's probably home built - the control marking doesn't look like a commercial product. They DID make a 1950 amp with two 6V6s, a 6SL7, and a rectifier, but it wouldn't have had two extra socket holes... List the transformer part numbers and I'll see what they fit...