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This is a 16 watt per channel EL84 push pull amp from a Fisher Coronet console. I had it refurbished with new caps and resistors, Cardas copper binding posts and rca jacks that accept rca plugs with larger barrels. The tech installed a proper on/off switch and bypassed the volume pots for a more direct signal path. I re-tubed it with a set of tightly matched round grey plate EL84s - branded ‘Baldwin‘ organ select quality. The input tubes are Lowery brand 12AX7s. The EZ81 rectifiers are new. The amp is fully functional - no humming or buzzing. Please examine the photos and ask any questions.

Power output is perfect for QUAD ESL-57s. They will play as loud as you could want without concern for speaker damage. The amp was only used for about 100 hours and has been in storage for a couple of years.


World wide shipping is possible by UPS at buyer’s expense. Provide your shipping address for a quote. Payment in Canada by Etransfer. Elsewhere, PayPal friends and family. I will pack it carefully and remove the tubes for shipping.

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Listed10 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
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  • SA-16
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Monofffonick

Surrey, Canada
Joined Reverb:2022

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