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    4 vintage McIntosh components

    Need more info. on 4 vintage McIntosh components

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    The 2105 amp, which came out in the 60s, carries 105 watts and in good conditon fetches upwards of $1000. The C28 preamp dates from 60s or 70s and can also cost that much. It had both high- and low-level inputs (for mics, of all things) and an array of switched and unswitched AC outlets. I think that the MR78 tuner is from the mid-70s, and it's still highly regarded. I have no idea about the equalizer. Much of this vintage McIntosh equipment is still in demand.

    Try www.berners.ch/mcintosh/en/mchome.htm, for more, and better, info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Balanconi
    Need more info. on 4 vintage McIntosh components

    Images of the components can be found at:

    http://www.fastmoneyhappens.com/auction.html
    The MR78 is one of the very best tuners ever made. For selectivity and signal reception there are very few if any equals and virtually none better.
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