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    • If he doesn't have it for sale anymore, get one here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/YAQIN-MC-13S-BK-EL34-Vacuum-Tube-Push-Pull-Integrated-Amplifier-NEW-MC-10T-10L/292151638359?hash=item4405983957:g:JZIAAOxy7vJTcf1V
    • Using an Onkyo NR-646 and it is "not bad."  But ... mostly used as surround sound .. have Cornwall's hooked up to a Marantz 2252B on the "same" system and it is terrific. Have been looking for an upgrade for quite  a while and picked the Marantz SR-5011 ( confined by my cabinet space, so could not go "bigger"   see https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/marsr5011/marantz-sr5011-7.2-ch-x-100-watts-networking-a/v-receiver/1.html#!specifications for a great price  ). It does have a "line out" so you could use a better amp plus better speakers to add onto your system. Cheers, Emile
    • As the title says. Does anyone have a pair they are interested in selling? I have oiled oak Forte IIs in wonderful shape that I am willing to trade.  
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    • I am hoping for Forte or Chorus I have the CIIIs .....Forte and Chorus were my cherry breakers
    • Hi All,   Been searching and searching ... many posts, but not much for a "newcomer" to tube amps     Tried a (cheap) 23W/ch Pilot 230 tube amp in my small "stereo test room," and wasn't impressed. Although the sound was "different," I preferred my Marantz 1060 hooked up to Forte's and KG4's there.     Went through pages and pages in the "garage sale" section, but so far no luck.   Also ... sorry, but am too cheap to get a Mac 275 (locally at $6000) just to "try it."  Looking for a good tube amp for $500-$1000. Any comments are appreciated.     Cheers, Emile
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