This high-quality, point-to-point wired vacuum tube amplifier from The Fisher is missing six tubes:  two 7247's and four 6BQ5's.  It's a push-pull configuration that generates 15 watts of output power.  This was originally installed in a midcentury modern console cabinet, connected to six speakers, including two 10" woofers.

I have listed the tuner and control for this amp separately, as chassis 440T. Since the tuner gets its power from the AC transformer on the amplifier, you may want to buy this AND the tuner. I'll be happy to offer a $40 discount on each piece if you buy both. If you purchase the amplifier on its own, a simple modification will be needed to compensate for the reduced load seen by the power transformer of the amp. Instructions are readily available online.
The tuner allows tone control balance volume control and on-off control for this amplifier.
The pair of wires that comes out from the side was connected to a light on the front of the console and a switch that sensed whether the console lid was open or closed. This switch is included and shown in two photos.

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Listed2 years ago
ConditionNon Functioning (Used)
Non-functioning items do not work as they should. All known issues should be described in the listing description.learn more
  • Stereo Hi-Fi Tube Amplifier 440A
  • Steel
  • 1960s
Made In
  • United States

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Sound by Doc

St. Louis, MO, United States
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