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    Yes I would also like to know your impressions.I bet you will like it a lot.
    It is very nicely put together and designed by a great engineer.

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    I noticed that when powered on, the Marsh has these little red lights (4 pair plus two up front) on the circuit board that light up. Does anyone know what their function is?

    If you take another look at the pics I posted, the lights run horizontal in the middle of the board.
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    Sometimes LED's are used in bias circuits instead of regular diodes.Maybe thats the case with this unit?

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    Did I mention these are some good pics?:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai
    You guys are lame....imagine re-tubing this to the tune of 22 tubes....
    dorokusai what make is this? (Possibly a BSR ADC B100?)

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    The ADC B100 had 13 tubes, all 6DJ8's. I (briefly) owned one and posted a photo or two of it earlier in this thread (post #139).
    all the best,
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    Default Belles Guts..

    My 350a developed a problem in the last few weeks; the right channel was going on and off; I could fix it by touching/moving the RCA plug; another thing I noticed was that the center (vocals) were all over the place...sometimes to the right, sometimes to the left, sometimes dead center....

    So I decided to get the original RCA jacks (Thanks to Dave Belles who pointed me to the right place to get them) and changed them today; the problem was not the jack itself, but the solder on the board was broken (not sure if it can be seen in the picture..the little connections to the right; the big ones are just to fix the jack to the board).

    Edit: yes, it can be seen if the picture is enlarged to the original resolution)

    Anyway, the problem is fixed and thought I'd share some guts:)

    The toroidal is almost 4" high and diameter is 7"....never seen such a big one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna
    dorokusai what make is this? (Possibly a BSR ADC B100?)
    It's a Fisher 400...not exact on the year but its old.

    Good work HTrookie. The broken joint is easy to see in that pic and a common problem in gear. Well, common in that I've seen that as a simple fix for a bunch of gear over the years. That, and fuses.

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    Picked up a vintage Sansui Eight receiver (circa '73-75) a couple days ago just for the heck of it and to have something to play with (it only cost $35).

    It had some scratchy controls, which I fixed with Deoxit and cycling. Also cleaned the inside of the unit.

    It's been fun to work on a vintage piece from when I was just out of diapers. Maybe my first re-cap job is next. This thing is built well and heavy (almost 40 lbs), has solid aluminum knobs and face, walnut case, and the classic 70's vibe. I've been hanging out a little in the Sansui forum over at audiokarma.org. This old Sansui stuff has quite a following.
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    Innersound Active Crossover / 600 wpc (Bass) Amplifier with Remote!
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    Thats a fine lookin piece ,nicely put together .The remote is a nice touch also being able to adjust bass level from the listening chair is a bonus.
    What kind of woofers are you using with the ESL,s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo
    Innersound Crossover (Bass) Amplifier with Remote!
    Very pretty stuff Vic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo
    Innersound Crossover (Bass) Amplifier with Remote!
    Kewl! I like the Black better than the Silver face. Down the road, watch for an Innersound ESL amp in Black to pop up on the 'gon. The current production Sanders ESL amp only comes in Silver, and is around twice the price of one you can pick up used. The old and the new ESL amps are designed the same, high voltage instead of high amperage. Play it all day and it is barely lukewarm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27
    Thats a fine lookin piece ,nicely put together.The remote is a nice touch also being able to adjust bass level from the listening chair is a bonus.
    Thanks - and I agree :)
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    What kind of woofers are you using with the ESL,s?
    They are custom 10" Seas woofers spec'd by Roger Sanders for the Innersound speakers transmission line bass enclosure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo
    Thanks - and I agree :)
    They are custom 10" Seas woofers spec'd by Roger Sanders for the Innersound speakers transmission line bass enclosure.
    Very nice indeed:)

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    Just found this thread. I love this stuff.

    I picked up a pair of SRT subs a few months back that had been seriously neglected and put together a little geek page about my project of bringing them back to life. Contains a number of internal shots of the srts. Would that be an appropriate post for here? There are pics of the amps so that should kinda put this in the electronics category ... right?

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    Post away Cville :)

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    Here it is! If you don't care about how I acquired these just skip through my verbosity to check out the pictures of SRT coolness.
    http://users.rlc.net/rb/srtsubs.html

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    My new "Original A8T CD" player. Fantastic CD Player!!

    Cheers

    Gator:) :)
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    Thats a fine lookin player Gator.Ive never heard of it before were are they built?
    Looks like it has two outputs 1 from a pair of IC Opamps and the other from the sweet sounding little glass thingies.:D

    Edit OK just saw your other thread about this player. Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27
    Thats a fine lookin player Gator.Ive never heard of it before were are they built?
    Looks like it has two outputs 1 from a pair of IC Opamps and the other from the sweet sounding little glass thingies.:D

    Edit OK just saw your other thread about this player. Nice
    Thanks GV.

    The Cd player is made in China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GATOR3000

    The Cd player is made in China.
    Interesting.The parts and contruction quality look to be on par with units built in North America or England.

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    Wink Eico grounded grid

    Finally I have an ass to show. It is based on Bruce Rozenbilt's grounded grid preamp circuitry built inside an Eico tuna chasis. This isn't identical to Bruce's original design because I reused the Eico's PT which powers a 6x4 tube rectifier from and 6.3 filament vs original design's SS rectifier and 12V filement PT. I have a factory built GG preamp, and this compares pretty well especially at about the cost of the 24 steps attentuator of the factory GG :D
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    That's hardcore, thank you for posting that Fred.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CvillePolk
    Here it is! If you don't care about how I acquired these just skip through my verbosity to check out the pictures of SRT coolness.
    http://users.rlc.net/rb/srtsubs.html
    Wow, very thorough and interesting read, cville. Your description of their performance really makes me wanna experience some serious bass output!!! I'm blown away just reading about it!
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    Default Consonance Ref 2.2 MKII cd player

    I cracked the case to put my tube back in and thought I would take some pics. My cheap camera doesn't do print well but here there are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnite Mick
    I cracked the case to put my tube back in and thought I would take some pics. My cheap camera doesn't do print well but here there are.

    Mike

    Nice Mick . . . I've heard Phil's Consonance and it sounds sweet.

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    My Pioneer dv-09 that I am selling here in the for sale section.
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    Odyssey mono extreme,special edition--received 1-12-07
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