|[AMRadio] 250 Audio Amplifier FS|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Thu May 12 06:22:46 EDT 2016
You might have your best chance at a hamfest. I looked at the photos
of the amp. The reason it isn't getting any attention on eBay is that
most audio gear on eBay only gets a lot of action if it is really
nice looking and ready to put on a table and fire up and start
operating. The rich eBay crowd who pay the high prices don't want to
get their hands dirty doing any work on something. Also, they often
don't know which end of a soldering iron to hold and are 100% plug and
play consumers. If you put a hose on it and flushed out the dirt and
let it dry for a few days that would probably help. It is mil. gear
so it can probably get wet. You might also try an ad in the back of
Electric Radio and the amfone.net sell forum and swap.qth.com.
Another reason it isn't getting any bids is it is pickup only. I'd
like to see it go to an AM operator instead of some glass audiophool.
I'll tell you one thing--if I were out there where you are I'd get it
from you in a second.
On Thu, May 12, 2016 at 12:14 AM, Jim Hill <hro5-2 at cox.net> wrote:
> I'm selling a Beachmaster 250 watt audio amplifier. It's a WW2 amplifier
> originally used with a PE75 and a bank of loudspeakers to communicate with
> the troops in WW2 battlefield conditions. Output tubes are 805's and
> rectifiers are 836's. Price is (almost) right with an ebay minimum bid of
> $5.00 and no takers, so far. It could be the basis of a modulator,
> providing power supply, input transformer, big tubes, etc., Unfortunately no
> modulation transformer is available. It is pick-up only at my home in the
> Los Angeles area
> I'm surprised about the lack of response. I took some really doggie audio
> amps to the TRW swap meet about a year ago and was mobbed by they audio
> guys. Some looked into other boxes in my pickup over my protests until they
> were personally satisfied that the boxes contained no electronic equipment.
> At 180 lbs, it is too heavy for an old guy like me and my old friends to
> move to the swap meet.
> Jim, w6ivw
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