• 12-10-2007, 10:25 AM
    Jim Clark
    Anyone have a manual for a McIntosh MQ 101?
    I'm just finishing up restoring a pair of McIntosh ML-1C speakers and I have the environmental eq to go along with them but alas no manual and I was wondering if anyone here had one on hand. A xerox or scan would be great and of course I'd pay you for your efforts.

    Longshot I know but it never hurts to ask.

    Regards,
    jc
  • 12-11-2007, 02:59 PM
    Jim Clark
    No longer necessary. Roger Russell, the McIntosh designer himself, sent me a link to a scanned in manual. Personally I think that's pretty awesome service for something he designed 30 years ago.

    If anyone else finds they need it, let me know.

    jc
  • 12-11-2007, 06:41 PM
    Feanor
    McIntosh manuals
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Jim Clark
    No longer necessary. Roger Russell, the McIntosh designer himself, sent me a link to a scanned in manual. Personally I think that's pretty awesome service for something he designed 30 years ago.

    If anyone else finds they need it, let me know.

    jc

    That's remarkable. Kudos to Roger Russell.

    A manual for the MQ101 and for many other McIntosh components can be found here ...
    http://www.berners.ch/McIntosh/en/Frame_McIntosh.htm

    It's a pity that McIntosh Labs itself can't give better support for its vintage and discontinued products. Its historic coverage is basically nil.
  • 12-12-2007, 07:35 AM
    Jim Clark
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Feanor
    That's remarkable. Kudos to Roger Russell.

    A manual for the MQ101 and for many other McIntosh components can be found here ...
    http://www.berners.ch/McIntosh/en/Frame_McIntosh.htm

    It's a pity that McIntosh Labs itself can't give better support for its vintage and discontinued products. Its historic coverage is basically nil.

    That's an awesome link and one that I didn't find after several bouts with google. Thanks.

    jc
  • 12-28-2007, 05:18 PM
    squeegy200
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Feanor
    That's remarkable. Kudos to Roger Russell.

    A manual for the MQ101 and for many other McIntosh components can be found here ...
    http://www.berners.ch/McIntosh/en/Frame_McIntosh.htm

    It's a pity that McIntosh Labs itself can't give better support for its vintage and discontinued products. Its historic coverage is basically nil.


    That's a great website. I'm just about to tackle the restoration of a C11. It's nice to see what they are supposed to look like when done. ;)