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  1. Hi All, Been away from the forum for a while but just retired & am back at it! I recently had my Marantz SS gear checked out & have them driving my Forte IIs. Soon I want to get my Dynaco ST-70 & PAS-3 back in the mix. While I do plan on having them "checked out" before I put them in service, I'm thinking I might want to invest in an inexpensive Variac to regularly bring them up to power. First off, Good Idea? Secondly, I see Variacs on eBay & Amazon & don't know what specs/price point I should be looking at. Any help with minimum specs for use with my Dynaco gear would be extremely helpful. Thanks! Take care, Frank
  2. Thinking of selling my Bob Latino VTA ST70 tube amp. Have over $1100 in it ... wondering if anyone is interested for $???. Selling it because I'm playing with multiple speakers, multiple vintage amps and multiple inputs ... just a pain switching this on these tube amps. No clue what it is worth ... any reasonable offers? Bought this as a kit 12/2017. Finished assembly 1/2018. Very, very nice unit with superior sound. 35W/ch. Includes Russian 6550 tubes, Russian caps, 21 stage attenuator and lucite VTA cover plate (to protect you from high voltage). Yes; transformers were painted prior to assembly. Probably less than 20 hours on the tubes ... not even fully burned in. Will post more pics if members are interested. Cheers, Emile
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