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About y2keglide

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  1. I set mine in corners about 10" out with the rear facing passive aimed at the corner.
  2. ....you know to never trust a fart.
  3. He was the warm up for Blue Oyster Cult when I saw him,odd paring there too.
  4. I saw Bob way back in '76.
  5. I also saw them in a Community College Gym with Black Oak Arkansas as an opener,1970 Bend,Oregon at Central Oregon Community College.
  6. The sawdust I hauled into Kingsford was all fresh cut hardwood from a hardwood only lumber mill in Longview,Wa.
  7. I'm lazy I use gas. lol. Except when camping, we'll have our little charcoal grill with us at the family campout in August. Some years back when I was driving a chip truck (woodchips not potato chips) I hauled sawdust into Kingsford by the 53' trailer load. About 30 tons of sawdust a load in this big o'l beastie.
  8. Here's the page I got the info from. http://hhscott.com/receiver.htm
  9. I have no idea but I found this looking for specs. The 355 was introduced as a more versatile replacement for the older 399; as such, it was the only Stereo Preamp-Tuner product ever produced by Scott. As a Tuner/Preamp (similar to the older 331-series) the 355 had no basic power amplifier section like the 399 Receiver. Instead the 355 provided a cathode follower, line-level, preamp out -- Just add the basic power amp of your choice, usually a Scott Type 208, but Mac's and Dyna's were also popular choices. The 355 added true FM-MPX stereo reception utilizing the 350/335 decoder design, incorporating the "Stereo Guide," 6AV6 tube indicator. As "Simulcast Stereo" was becoming obsolete, the 355 was the only Scott AM/FM tuner to share a (very rare) common circular tuning dial. Scott engineers cleverly resurrected the 300/320 tuning gang, but thankfully left the more complex dial-cord string and slide-rule dial inventory untouched. To accommodate a matching power amp; Scott offered the optional, 208 Power Amp; a modular piggy-back, design derived from the 7591-based 299-C amp. All audio connections, accessory AC, and antenna jacks were top-mounted on the shortened chassis, to facilitate the matching 208 "piggy-back" package. 18 tubes: 6-tube, Pre-Amplifier section: (4) 12AX7 - preamps (1) 12AU7 - cathode follower (1) 6CA4 rectifier 5-tube, FM Tuner section: (1) 6BS8/6BQ7 - FM RF amp (1) 6U8A FM mixer (3) 6AU6 (shared w/AM) 5-tube, MPX section (1) 6AV6 (6GX8) ("Stereo Guide") (1) 6BL8 - MPX (2) 12AU7 - MPX (1) 12AT7 - MPX 2-tube, AM Tuner section: (1) 6BA6 AM RF Amp (1) 6BE6
  10. 208 and so far just with the turntable and CD.
  11. 355 tuner/preamp and 208 amp.
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