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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post

    Nothing wrong with building a clone and then moving it once you've moved on to something else, but I suspect as you do that Rawson has exhausted NP's goodwill and original intention of DIY.
    Exactly

    Quote Originally Posted by Gaara View Post
    As if Tim would go through the time to create fake accounts, and buy and sell gear to get to 100+ feedback...just to deceive and sell more amps.
    Agreed that doesn't seem logical,but there appears to be alot of his clones showing up so he must have built them.If not for profit then he must really like to do it for fun.

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    Lovely thread!

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    thats some sweet and powerful booty!!! out of my way im on booty patrol for HIGH END satisfaction let me plug in my speakers and explode yyyeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh!.........ONKYO BABYS GOT MY BACK

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    Scott 222C semi-restored.
    A dandy little amplifier (push-pull 7189 outputs). I have one but it's not as pretty as this one that I re-habbed for a friend.
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    all the best,
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    NAD 7155 receiver (pretty nice piece of kit)
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    all the best,
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    Sweet. The Scott looks like new.

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    I think its current owner got it inexpensively, with wooden case. The case is beautiful. Almost all original European tubes (new-er RCA outputs). My crappy photos do not do the amplifier justice. It is beautiful. Sounds good, too.
    all the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhardy6647 View Post
    NAD 7155 receiver (pretty nice piece of kit)
    Yep. Quite nice indeed.

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    Must keep thread alive....:D

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    Great pics.
    engtaz

    I love how music can brighten up a bad day.

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    Hey Zero,I still have my AMC stuff,preamp/power amp and still like it .Their products are not as popular though perhaps because of lack of advertismemt.

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    Heres whats driving the 2.3 tl''s
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    Vintage Nikko Alpha VI (1980 & all original)...300w dual mono supplies plenty of horses!!!
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    "2 Channel & 11.2 HT "
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhardy6647 View Post
    NAD 7155 receiver (pretty nice piece of kit)
    What year is the NAD? Sure is purdy! How much power does she put out?
    "2 Channel & 11.2 HT "
    Panny 65" 3D Plasma
    Yamaha AVENTAGE RX-A3010 AVR
    D>SONIC M2-600M mono's / mains
    Rotel RMB-1095 / 5 channel amp
    Rotel RMB-1075 / 5 channel amp
    TEAC UD - 501 DAC
    Oppo BDP-93
    SONOS System
    KEF Q900 / mains
    KEF Q600 / center
    KEF Q800 / surrounds
    KEF Q100 / rear surr.
    Def Tech ProMonitor 1000 / front & rear presence
    Velodyne SPL-1200R subs / dual pair
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    Quote Originally Posted by pearsall001 View Post
    What year is the NAD? Sure is purdy! How much power does she put out?
    I sold those in the mid to late 80's.I believe its rated conservatively at 55watts but with 6db of dynamic headroom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pearsall001 View Post
    What year is the NAD? Sure is purdy! How much power does she put out?
    No idea; I found it at the dump :-)
    It has been passed on to another Polk Forum member to enjoy.
    all the best,
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    speaking of dump finds: Howzabout a vintage (1984) "silver-faced" Sony CDP-111. What a monstrosity.




    As found, complete with the ingested Kenny G holiday CD :-P

    http://www.thevintageknob.org/SONY/s.../CDP456ES.html
    all the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by engtaz View Post
    Great pics.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhardy6647 View Post
    speaking of dump finds: Howzabout a vintage (1984) "silver-faced" Sony CDP-111. What a monstrosity.




    As found, complete with the ingested Kenny G holiday CD :-P

    http://www.thevintageknob.org/SONY/s.../CDP456ES.html
    too much egg nog i guess:D
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    Default Denon POA-3000 Opened Up!

    My Denon POA-3000 Class A (push pull Class A) amp with 180WPC continuous into 8 ohms.

    Last edited by megasat16; 03-05-2011 at 01:33 PM.

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    Default Guts from Small Integrated Amp Made By Pioneer!

    Here is the beefy Integrated AMP Pioneer made over a decade ago.

    Pioneer Elite A-91D Integrated Amp with 120WPC into 8ohms.



    Last edited by megasat16; 03-05-2011 at 01:33 PM.

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    That is a beefy piece of hardware.
    all the best,
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    I vote this thread as the best on the forum right now.

    As i wondered through every page i was just in awe of how you guys are so into this.

    A guy can really get into audio and want to try out other gear and "think" it's a hobby, Boy do i stand corrected. you guys deffinetly enjoy this hobby, as i went through the pages i was like "how do these guys find the time for all this" Amazing simply Amazing.

    With the refurbishing and upgrading i am doing on my SRS 1.2's and trying to understand it all. + Ben is doing the real upgrade for me on these. It is very small to what some of you guys know and build. I am very humbled by what i have just read and saw.

    Great work and a great read.

    Larry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    My Denon POA-3000 Class A (push pull Class A) amp with 180WPC continuous into 8 ohms.

    That's cool...
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    My $25 mono bloc from Hong Kong.It's 3x LM3886's in parallel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    Here is the beefy Integrated AMP Pioneer made over a decade ago.

    Pioneer Elite A-91D Integrated Amp with 120WPC into 8ohms.



    Those are some serious gonads!!!;) I think I have a cap fetish...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    I vote this thread as the best on the forum right now.

    As i wondered through every page i was just in awe of how you guys are so into this.

    A guy can really get into audio and want to try out other gear and "think" it's a hobby, Boy do i stand corrected. you guys deffinetly enjoy this hobby, as i went through the pages i was like "how do these guys find the time for all this" Amazing simply Amazing.

    With the refurbishing and upgrading i am doing on my SRS 1.2's and trying to understand it all. + Ben is doing the real upgrade for me on these. It is very small to what some of you guys know and build. I am very humbled by what i have just read and saw.

    Great work and a great read.

    Larry.
    I consider it one of the best one the net! Many products have been featured here. It is an excellent read for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27 View Post
    My $25 mono bloc from Hong Kong.It's 3x LM3886's in parallel.
    $25 is a giveaway considering the size of the heatsink the PCB. Three LM3886 are just a freebie that comes with it. :D

    3 x 38W @ 8ohms should be able to push some serious mid-sized woofers. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by megasat16 View Post
    $25 is a giveaway considering the size of the heatsink the PCB. Three LM3886 are just a freebie that comes with it. :D
    The heatsink was'nt included, I threw it on for testing purposes but still $25 isn't bad for a comlpete pcb with the LM3886's installed.In testing it put out about 80 clean watts into 4 ohm's which should be plenty for driving the woofer section (a pair of 6.5" Vifa's)of my active center channel.

    With four of these boards you can contruct a nice pair of economical,high powered mono blocs in the bridged parallel configuration(BPA300).Like thishttp://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...5&pagenumber=1

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