Manufactured in 2002 and purchased from Sunfire in 2005, and then sat in a closet until early 2010, when I bought it.
Has 1998 graphics face plate (I liked it better).
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(pair of) SILVER-7 TUBE AMPs
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OconeeOrange wrote:"Gary likes to play it 'loud' as do I. His system begs you turn it up until you die"
Dr. W wrote:The Classic had two different face plates during its run from 97 to 05.
It had at least three versions of the power supply (running improvements, without announced changes - you know how Bob is, always making things better ), and two main/line section circuit boards.
To my knowledge, there were no further advancements, after 2005 when this unit was sold directly from Sunfire. So, this is one of the most advanced Classics made.
It is a tube roller's dear. Bob said, "If the tube will fit in the socket you can try it. You can't hurt the preamp."
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I just spent $1,550 on a new phono section.
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