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I have (2) H H Scott leatherette cabinets that I don't need. I have had them for probably 15 years. They came to me wrapped around an H H Scott 222-C and an H H Scott 350 tuner from the original owner. One has slight scratching at the 4 corners from stacking, otherwise they're nice. I'm wondering if there is any interest here in these cabinets, otherwise they're going to a local charity. Asking $80.00 for the pair shipped ground in continental US. Payment would go directly to a non-profit.

 

Keith

 

 

 

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SOLD !!!

 

To cjmustang69. Proceeds to Klipsch Museum.

 

Thanks Denny.

 

Keith

 

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We would like to thank both the seller and the purchaser for their support of the Klipsch Museum of Audio History. You guys are the best. 

 

Christy Luquet

Secretary

Chairman of Membership Services

Klipsch Heritage Museum Association. 

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Cleaning out the garage and the closet. Hope to find some more stuff I no longer need. Maybe a few bucks more coming.

 

Keith

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Received the Scott covers this week.  Set my LK-48 amp in one of the covers this morning - really like how it looks.  I appreciate T2K selling these covers at such a reasonable price and packing them so carefully.  

 

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Man, looks nice. I wish I could paint you a mental picture of those cabinets when I first saw them. I visited a local guy around 15 years ago that had a Sansui turntable for sale, among lots of other vintage electronics. The turntable was nice. I still have it. I bought it for practically nothing and replaced the belt. Works perfectly.

While there I saw those cabinets with the Scott 222-C and Scott tuner inside the cabs (tuner stacked on top of integrated amp) I couldn't believe it. I asked about the 'old' amp and tuner and yes they were for sale. Of course I bought those too.

When I was in high school Denny I worked in a warehouse part time as a packer for an equipment company. I got lots of practice. The wife ordered some porcelain last week from your neck of the woods so the packing came in handy for the cabinets. Thanks for buying them.

 

Keith

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