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    McIntosh MA5100
    Apparently these sound pretty decent.
    Iíll give it try later when my 2 year granddaughter is out of the way .




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    Quote Originally Posted by andyrlb View Post
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    Iíll give it try later when my 2 year granddaughter is out of the way .
    Poor thing can't you just get a babysitter

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeyb View Post
    Poor thing can't you just get a babysitter
    It does sound bad now Iíve read it



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    they are rubbish mate... Yankee tat.. I'll give you a tenner if you deliver
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    they are rubbish mate... Yankee tat.. I'll give you a tenner if you deliver
    On me way mate


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    Gorgeous hunk of stuff ....

    McIntosh always been a favourite of mine looks wise .. an itch I'm never likely to scratch though
    If you don't like my potatoes - please don't dig up my vine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikmas View Post
    Gorgeous hunk of stuff ....

    McIntosh always been a favourite of mine looks wise .. an itch I'm never likely to scratch though
    I thought the same Mike and then this one popped up .


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    This is very very nice


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    Think it was McIntosh's first SS amp. The use of a chassis is a legacy from their valve designs.

    No 'pretty blue' (and useless) meters here - nice!
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

    Barry

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