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Nice presentation. What amp is this?

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Here is my old Heathkit AA 121 which I have had re-capped and the original EL 34 replaced with KT 77's for more headroom, better highs and a slightly fuller lower end.

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I've never seen one of those... very cool amp!

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Here's another amplifier that I picked up when I bought an old Mercedes SL 250 from a friend. I said I would buy the car if he threw in the amp.  It's actually a Dynaco not a Dynakit the difference being as I understand it that Dynaco's are factory wired. People get very excited about these amps saying they are the best that Dynaco made, something about the Z 565 output transformer's superior transient response.  I am hoping to pair it up with a PAS 3X.

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Here are my Juicy Music Pure Class-A Triode (pCAT) Lynx monoblock amplifiers:

 

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That's almost not fair post your pic of the pCATs...

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C-J MV45, this was one of their prototypes. I pair it with a Pv-2 pre. It delivers the lush sound Conrad Johnson is famous for. 

 

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Hi @Toz,

 

CJ MV45 one of my first audiophile dream in 1980, listened to at l'Emotion Musicale in Lyon France.

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Quicksilver Mono Blocks and Rogue Ninety Nine feeding 1983 La Scalas

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Relocated Quicksilver Mono Blocks and Rogue Ninety Nine feeding 1983 Cornwalls in my office...

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On 3/15/2021 at 3:05 PM, paulh said:

It's actually a Dynaco not a Dynakit the difference being as I understand it that Dynaco's are factory wired.

 

I have an ST-70 built by a friend... The cage has a Dynaco label. However, this was bought/built around 1972, and the output transformers had already been changed to vinyl covered leads instead of the earlier cloth covered. Some say the earlier ones are better. No telling what else changed over time. Maybe the decided not to use the Dynakit labels, as fewer kits were sold. I bought it from him before 1975, when I moved out of state.

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