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Dr Morbius

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About Dr Morbius

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    Heritage Horndog
  • Birthday 02/11/1954

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Astronomy, Classic Cars, HP Lovecraft, Star Trek, Beautiful women…….
  • My System
    Cornscalas (were Cornwalls circa 1983)

    HH Scott 272 Intergrated Amp (circa 1962)

    Empire 298 Turntable (circa 1963)

    Marantz CD6004 CD player (circa 2012)

    HH Scott 296 Intergrated Amp (circa 1964)

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  1. That cabinet is the bee's knees! love it!
  2. I stand corrected, LK72 is the kit version of the 299C the LK72B is the kit version of the 299D!!!
  3. What Scott amp is that, if I may ask?
  4. The LK-72 is the kit version of the 299D, not the 299C. As such it would be most excellent with your Cornwalls as my son has the 299D and a pair of Cornscalas. Hard to beat with systems costing $30,000 and up.
  5. Use some Vaseline if you have to....................
  6. That Scott amp and those Khorns are a match made in heaven!!! Good luck! 😂
  7. If those are an older pair then they will last long unless I'm missing something. Isn't that about the price for new ones?
  8. Takes a lot of practice to spray lacquer like that! I'm known in these parts as Drippy McHeavyspray.
  9. Craftsmanship is extremely high with these speakers! I have 2 pair of Cornscala's and both systems use H.H. Scott amps (of about 30 watts per channel each) and to me it's a winning combination.
  10. Wow, lettering is great - looks brand new! GLWS!!
  11. Unless I missed it, where are you located? ...Very nice amp, btw.
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