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    Will anyone admit to having say a Teleton amplifier, or any other Teleton equipment?
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    Yes

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    Sorry, Tele who?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Sorry, Tele who?

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    Well, I was expecting that some would say that it was 70's cheap end rubbish. The little known fact was that it was made by Mitsubishi and generally pretty good. The SAQ206B amp was a favourite, good sounding and reliable. Mine may be 39 years old, still sounding better than a lot of amps regardless of price. I think I paid just over 20 new.
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    Tellytubby amps or something.

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    typic aos bollox steve

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    Budget student systems in the early 70's very often included a Teleton SAQ206B, unfortunately, the rest of the system did not usually do justice to the quality of the amp.

    In the early 70's I remember using one of these amps with 12" Tannoy Silver DC's. It was really good, better than many other amps, including Sugden A21 (class A), later Sugden A48 etc etc.
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    Eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Toy View Post
    Eh?
    Yes!

    In actual fact, my A21 was badged Richard Allan, early ones were.

    http://www.audiomisc.co.uk/JES/RA/RAamps.html
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    I had a Teleton tumer-amp. A top of the range model. Looked real quality with its brushed aluminium front and plenty of knobs.
    Power ouput, THD, frequency response, tuner sensitivity and the rest of the spec was higher than the norm for them days.
    They were not bad at all but after few months I got Goodmans Maxamp 30, matching tuner and Maxim speakers; perfect for my student bedsit.
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