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  1. Any thoughts on the build quality and restoration of this Scott integrated amp? and also, how will it pair with my cornwall 1's Thanks, https://austin.craigslist.org/ele/d/austin-vintage-hh-scott-lk-72-tube/6874999857.html Vintage H.H. SCOTT LK-72 Tube Integrated Amp (1961) FULLY SERVICED, NEW TUNG SOL OUTPUT TUBE This is a nice example of a vintage Scott LK-72 Tube amplifier. The LK-72 is the kit version of the 299C model. This particular example has undergone a complete overhaul, and should provide many years of trouble-free service to its next owner. Background noise is minimal; this is a very quiet amplifier (for a tube amp). Details of the service including the following:- - All the potentiometers have been cleaned with Deoxit. - A thermistor has been added to drop today’s higher line voltage, so that it is more in line with what was the standard at the time of the original design. - All ceramic capacitors have been replaced. - All electrolytic capacitors have been replaced. - The aging (and now dangerous) selenium rectifier has been replaced with a modern (and much more reliable) silicon rectifier. - The now hard-to-find 7199 tubes have been replaced with the more common 6GH8A tubes, using high quality ceramic adapters (the audible difference between the two tube types is negligible). - The amplifier also comes with brand new set of Tung Sol 7591A output tubes, and should provide many hours of trouble free operation. $950 - local & cash only, thanks for looking!
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