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Thread: Heathkit UMC -1 Mono Pre Amp

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    Join Date: Nov 2008

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    I'm David.

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    For Sale Heathkit UMC-1 Mono Pre Amp

    This I purchased as part of a set which I was assured was all working, unfortunately I don’t have the matching power amp so have been unable to test this Pre as it’s powered by a Bulgin connector (lead included)

    https://i.imgur.com/WGEenCk.jpg
    https://i.imgur.com/LUo8xzW.jpg

    Should match perfectly with a Leak power amp.

    Condition is incredible for its age so asking a reasonable 50 plus postage
    Last edited by Moko; 28-03-2018 at 19:06.
    David.

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    uEYdigcIFk.jpgWow!! Ancient memories for me! My first exposure to hi-fi, circa 1960, when my father built a Heathkit stereo from a kit; Amp, Tuner, speakers , plus case with Garrard deck.
    Years later-1998? - i found a set of Heathkit (Westminster?) speakers that I put on top of my fridges in my cafe-cost 99p on t'Bay!
    You can just see them in the pic.
    Apologies for slight hi-jack, here! (-:
    Chris.

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    I had the Intergrated Amp and the Tuner which I’m going to put up for sale here soon.
    David.

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    Some pictures that can be enlarged more (to full screen size), David, might help you sell this excellent amp more quickly

    Marco.
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    No, Marco. They should be in black + white! Or sepia? (-:
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    How do I do large photos? Love the idea of Sepia...maybe a silent movie full presentation with Laurel & Hardy
    David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moko View Post
    How do I do large photos? Love the idea of Sepia...maybe a silent movie full presentation with Laurel & Hardy
    Like this do you mean?


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    Ok uploaded images to Imgur but I still can’t get them to imbed in my posts....any idea how to do that?
    David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moko View Post
    Ok uploaded images to Imgur but I still can’t get them to imbed in my posts....any idea how to do that?
    David I use tinypic and it's a doddle, it even tells you which code to copy for forums so just paste that into the post when you edit it, you don't even need to use the insert image button.

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    Thanks will try TinyPic then
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