This listing is for the 2 amplifiers, as photographed. Lights work, tubes work, lines work, slides work: they are functional. Fronts/top/back look quite allright, I think.They have marks, mostly on the sides. There, you'll see scratches. 300 x 160 x 410 mm / 11.8 x 6.3 x 16.1 inch. These amps do have 4 lines in each, and can be used as a mixer and amp in 1. Weight is 12.5 kilo's. Made between 1959 and 1961. 4 0hm, 70 W each. These amps do also offer "volt "lines, for speakers. MAybe you know of them, maybe you don't. Especially with pro use, long cables, speakers were sometimes used that had a high voltage input. To keep power, with long lines and using mostly a lot of speakers on 1 splitted output. Like in a Church, hall, etc. If you want to create a setup like that, you can.
But they are set at 4 0hm. Suitable for 110; 125; 145; 200; 220; 245 Volt. Suitable for power at 40-100hz, may sound strange, but that is what the label states. In old times, herz did vary more then today. These are suitable for various components to connect, incl turntable.Please keep in mind that a turntable needs to be chrisal/ceramic. If you wish to connect a more modern turntable with a magnetic cartridge, you need a convertor to do so.
If you are not familiar with old amps like these, don't worry: I can help you out and there are great film clips/ instructions of use and connections out there. These do look the same, but there are a few differences, on the back: one has rca connectors and the other the standard 3 pin connectors from the 50's.
Finding the right connectors is relativly easy. The speaker output plug, is a similar model to a US 110V power plug (2pin). The audio connectors are basically a 50's version of the XLR model. If you would have any trouble, just let me know and I can helpt you out.After all: I live in Philips country. Tube equipment should never be plugged in after receiving it, without inspecting it. Check the setting, for your main voltages and speaker of choice. They are working, no problem, I have not experienced problems.
But, because of their age and old tube items like these are not your common items like a simple second hand amp from the nineties. This is a different field of hobby and expertise. This is not just a case of unpack and plug in. International, within EU countries & UK.
WW, so all other countries. In most cases: 250 USD. Feel free to ask, because prices do vary.
This item is in the category "Consumer Electronics\Vintage Electronics\Vintage Audio & Video\Vintage Amplifiers & Tube Amps". The seller is "reducingmycollection" and is located in this country: NL. This item can be shipped worldwide.