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    Join Date: Sep 2009

    Location: Lewes, E Sussex

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    I'm Rich.

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    Hi All

    I recently acquired 2 of these wonderful amps and this is the best example I think I've ever seen (bought from RobsterD)

    Unfortunately, we had to replace our boiler this week, so I need to part with a few things and re-jig both of my systems.

    This A60 is a very early 1977 model - the serial number is 0384! I believe this means it has the discrete phono stage and it sounds absolutely brilliant!

    The previous owner replaced the power supply caps to nichicon gold tune - and the were pots cleaned with contact cleaner.

    It's in fabulous condition with a beautiful sheen to the casework.

    I'll supply with some spare fuses and a din to rca cable.

    I have the original manuals and literature that was sent out, i'm going to keep that, ut will be happy to provide a full set of photocopies if required.

    Looking for 140.00 plus 15 post or collection from East Sussex (would be happy to meet part way) could also bring up to Kidderminster for collection.

    Cheers

    Rich






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    Very nice looking example Rich, you don't see many that tidy.
    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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    Nice but the back panel had been drilled out, I would have had it if not for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Nice but the back panel had been drilled out, I would have had it if not for that.
    Not sure what this means - could you comment via PM please?

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    I opened her up last week and it looks fully intact, v clean and just lovely inside

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    Some one fitted binding posts in addition to the original Din outputs

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    Join Date: Sep 2009

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    Quote Originally Posted by Made in 1968 View Post
    Some one fitted binding posts in addition to the original Din outputs
    Ah! - thanks for the info - was that not an original feature then?

    I'm glad they are there as it enabled me to hook it up last week - they are spring type posts.

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    No. early 1982 saw the Binding posts only, Till then they were 2Pin Din only. That's a late 70's low number unit, Notice the address is pre Denny industrial park, Waterbeach.. Im sure it wont bother anyone tho. Good luck

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