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  1. Price change. $1200?? The tubes are worth $500.
  2. Working. $200.00. Cleaning out the closet.
  3. 1977 Type B modified Khorns. Fastlane tractrix midrange horns, Updated crossovers, Oiled walnut, good condition, some rubbed corners, Local pick up in New Hampshire, $4,700.
  4. Have not posted in a while. Just completed adding some cherry veneer to some HBRs
  5. Anybody? Offers? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. The unit has the following tubes: (4) 7591 GE Old Stock (1) 5AR4 Telefunken New (2) 6U8A Amperex Old Stock (4) 12AX7 Telefunken Ribbed Plate Old Stock (from HudsonValleyNoah) The amp was restored by Craig (NOS Valves) in April of 2018. The restoration cost $514. The tubes are of very high quality. I am asking $1800. See the pictures. Local pick up in middle of New Hampshire. Shipping negotiable.
  7. I have a 233 that a deluxe rebuild by Craig in 2018. It has not seen any full time use. PM me if interested. Where are you located?
  8. Tube set up from about 2 years ago.
  9. Brystons can be a bit brash with Klipsch horns. Tubes are usually a good match. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. So will I. See you there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I am very familiar with audio video therapy. I have been a customer of John Rein’s for more than 25 years. Ask for Nena the next time you visit. She is my daughter. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I have not posted in a while. Thought I would post a current system picture. Finally bought a house with decent Khorn corners.
  13. I saw that you were not keen on shipping. Would you consider shipping it to NH 03257 for an old member.
  14. Was there last night. A win is a win. But it was messy. Had to go because I am a Wilfork fan an that may have been his last game. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Does any one have a source for the 70th Anniversary grill cloth? I would like to use it on a project.
  16. I will take a pair if they are still available
  17. Trim was made up of the plastic trim board used on homes. Some was left over from a project and I planed down the board to right depth and cut thin strips on the table saw. Sanded the out side face and edge. Used a disk sander and 45 degree guide block for the mitered ends. Used 3M double stick portrait tape to set them in place and small flathead countersunk screws in the corners and in middle of in each strip.
  18. I used 3M 77 spray glue. Got the cloth from Crites. Link: http://www.critesspeakers.com I layed the cloth out face side down and stretched it out a bit and clamped down in the edges with wood strips. Left the center area clear and placed the grill board down after spraying it on the face down surface. I put some weight on the board and let it dry. Then I trimmed the cloth leaving a 1 1/2 inch overhang. I took a plumbers torch and melted the edges a little to limit fraying. Doing one side at a time I sprayed a 1 1/2 inch area on the board and the exposed cloth at the same time. Needed to mask the board and the background with cardboard...the spray seems to travel a bit. Good luck.
  19. I left some space when cutting the replacement grills with the idea of adding some trim. Finally got around to the project. See the attached pictures.
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