[AMRadio] 6U8 Subststute and the 20a

Phil LaMarche plamarc1 at tampabay.rr.com
Mon Nov 12 12:55:23 EST 2007


CE equipment is wonderful although complicated circuitry in the 100 and 200.
I have a completely restored 200V and am so proud of it.  Owned one in 1960
including the 600L.  May add a 20A just to look at.  It was my first SSB
station in 58 along with the 75A-4 and a amplifier with 10 6AG7's on a loaf



Philip LaMarche 
LaMarche Enterprises, Inc.
800-395-7795 pin 02 
FAX 727-937-8834 
NASFT 30210 

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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 6U8 Subststute and the 20a

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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] 6U8 Subststute and the 20a
Date: Mon, November 12, 2007 9:00
From: "jeremy-ca"

> Nice setup Jim. Ive had the full range of CE transmitters from 10A to 
> 200V and everything in between.

Yeah, Carl, I remember when you were selling a 100V and 200V for $150 for
the pair at Deerfield back in the 80s or very early 90s. I'm STILL kicking
myself for not buying them both, but that was a lot of money to me back
then. I always wanted a 100V especially.

I do, however, seem to have "cornered the market" on CE 20As (got four of

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