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  1. novisnick

    VTA ST-120 Stereo Tube amp

    Love the sound of this amp but I need to move it. Professionally designed and build. Trouble free for me for a year, its age. Feel free to ask questions. Ive been on this forum and Emotiva for years. Quality goods, ask around. Its sitting atop my preamp. Beautiful! Asking $1,445.00 upgraded caps etc.
  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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