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Sold one of these a long time ago & regretted it ever since.

This one is a little different, it’s the 100/100 class A model.

Schiit pre amp was shipped today, so it will be making sounds by the first of the week.

I think I’ll start off with my new Triangle’s, possibly move over to my Klipsch floorstanders later.

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I always liked the Bedini Class A amps.

 

But some years later I ran across something about John Bedini and his perpetual motion (ie: free energy) motor and was kind of like scratching my head. And then came the Bedini CD Clarifier. Made me wonder even more if this guy had his head screwed on straight or was just a snake oil creator. Maybe something happened after those class A amps were made? The Bedini Class A 25/25 and 100/100 make sense. The CD Clarifier does not (well, except financially, for Bedini)

 

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Can’t really comment on those , I see 2 of them on eBay currently for a very high price.

 

I can comment on his class A & MKll amps.

I have owned a 25/25, a 150/150 MKll amp & mod 66 pre amp, that was bought directly from him before his passing. 

& now this one. (150/150)

nothing but good  reliability and great sound from all of them.

At any rate I received the Schiit pre amp & phono amp today and enjoying it as we speak.💪

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18 hours ago, artto said:

The CD Clarifier does not (well, except financially, for Bedini)

 

😱

 

Clarifiers are common in waste treatment, they're settling tanks that provide some time for the solids to settle out to the bottom.  The effluent is then decanted from the top.

 

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3 hours ago, John Warren said:

 

Clarifiers are common in waste treatment, they're settling tanks that provide some time for the solids to settle out to the bottom.  The effluent is then decanted from the top.

 

😂😁👏

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On 8/30/2020 at 5:16 AM, John Warren said:

 

Clarifiers are common in waste treatment, they're settling tanks that provide some time for the solids to settle out to the bottom.  The effluent is then decanted from the top.

 

Don't forget the flocculant! 

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On 8/27/2020 at 5:26 PM, RANGE DOG said:

the 100/100 class A model.

 

Looks like a good amplifier. 

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Looks like a hunka, hunka burnin' watts:)

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On 8/31/2020 at 5:48 PM, CECAA850 said:

Don't forget the flocculant! 

 

A man that knows his waste treatment is always after my heart!

 

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2 hours ago, John Warren said:

 

A man that knows his waste treatment is always after my heart!

I worked building a few back in a former life.  Its quite the process. 

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