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Thread: STA25 III rebuild for customer

  1. #11
    Join Date: Aug 2011

    Location: Nottingham

    Posts: 522
    I'm Ian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WESTLOWER View Post
    What does the rebuilt version, apart from protection circuit, offer over the original?
    For me (and I'm not attempting to evidence this, it's just my preference) peace of mind in terms of longevity. The components and wiring/soldering joints of the originals are decades old now and have increased potential for unreliability. The craftsmanship of the rebuild really does appeal also. Plus, the cost of this amp to me once I'd sold the STA 25 I was replacing it with was 200, which didn't break the bank.

    I appreciate some will prefer original and minimally serviced units, and that's of course fine. But this was my thought process. Oh, and it's as pretty as a peach. How dare you call me superficial

  2. #12
    Join Date: Feb 2008

    Location: Middlesex, UK

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    I'm Alex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WESTLOWER View Post
    What does the rebuilt version, apart from protection circuit, offer over the original?
    I notice the extra fuses, surely a very good idea.
    Spendorman

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