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  • madkevilmadkevil

    Scott Sommerfeldt A 436Published on 06/13/08 at 16:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - How long have you use it?

    It has given me 2 years ago, the receiver was in a good state but the former owner was making a fuse itself (with the help of ashes among others), which in turn has lead the problems ..... The right lane with a lot of breath, the left not walking any more ... and some Circuit had cram ...... For repairs I had 100 euros, but for this amp ca I was going to blow!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    The sound has the oldest, fiabilitle look, the large number of adjustment for an amp (loud, filter), personally I love everything about this amp .... except the weight lol

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    Yes I have tes…
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    - How long have you use it?

    It has given me 2 years ago, the receiver was in a good state but the former owner was making a fuse itself (with the help of ashes among others), which in turn has lead the problems ..... The right lane with a lot of breath, the left not walking any more ... and some Circuit had cram ...... For repairs I had 100 euros, but for this amp ca I was going to blow!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    The sound has the oldest, fiabilitle look, the large number of adjustment for an amp (loud, filter), personally I love everything about this amp .... except the weight lol

    Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    Yes I have tested a lot of old amp, most do not we Satisfied too much except that Scoot and another Hitachi 504L.Le sound of Sr-year old School not please as new sony amp for example. .....

    How do you report qualitprix?

    Price is slightly elevate, aujourd'huit for that price, I was low-end amplifier or hi-fi .... Given the soliditer, the price is much lower compared to the qualiter

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    I think not, I would go in the range above ... Scott dcidement a very good company (which has the flow, because we hear talk to me), and this amp widely me Satisfied .....
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  • NegravalNegraval

    Very good amp (in his time)

    Scott Sommerfeldt A 436Published on 11/02/12 at 10:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This amp is out there more than 35 years.
    It is a bit dated anyway.
    Mine is still at his post, although the knobs spit a little past ten years. I do not use the amp part (because it can be accessed directly without going through the preamp and tone controls).
    This function satisfies me even now.
  • bigjakebigjake

    Scott Sommerfeldt A 436Published on 12/10/06 at 05:08
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    It is an old amp that my father must have in 25 years.
    preamps built
    2x60W
    stereo
    Hi-Fi

    the sound is really good even when you go up "a little" is not easily add sound rooms as a dining hall with a high school writer 4m ceiling it does not budge. daccord good it is large it is heavy: so what? it is really very good.
  • ebrianebrian

    Scott Sommerfeldt A 436Published on 12/21/06 at 03:07
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    Amplifier transistors designed by American inventor Scott hi-fi in 1949 and the first tuner digital.Fabriqué 1976 to 1979.Bonne qualité.Tout walk despite the age .2 X 42 W RMS into 8 Ohms.Très good tone and definition . preamp and amp séparés.Réglages effective and good puissance.Il are also two entries micro.Vintage worth the price argus coup.En hand is a mystery because I've seen for sale of € 104.00 to 300.00 €!
  • MamazMamaz

    Scott Sommerfeldt A 436Published on 02/22/08 at 00:14
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    My father bought in the early 80's I believe, the connection to the turntable and tuner at the time. I recovered 3 months ago in order to try it as a preamp. It was designed for the evenings, the hi-fi, or karaoke: 2 mono mic input,
    Input Line, Main IN / OUT Tape recorder IN, AUX, phono1, 2 phono, tuner etc ...

    I like the look, weight, reliability, quality of transistors, and authenticity,
    everything that no longer exists in laplupart consumer products for 15 years.
    It helps me a boost my passive speakers 3A, which are used for monitoring.
    Not great a hi-fi amplifier for monitoring of you tell me. True, we must get to know him and know his speakers.
    There is a stereo auxiliary …
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    My father bought in the early 80's I believe, the connection to the turntable and tuner at the time. I recovered 3 months ago in order to try it as a preamp. It was designed for the evenings, the hi-fi, or karaoke: 2 mono mic input,
    Input Line, Main IN / OUT Tape recorder IN, AUX, phono1, 2 phono, tuner etc ...

    I like the look, weight, reliability, quality of transistors, and authenticity,
    everything that no longer exists in laplupart consumer products for 15 years.
    It helps me a boost my passive speakers 3A, which are used for monitoring.
    Not great a hi-fi amplifier for monitoring of you tell me. True, we must get to know him and know his speakers.
    There is a stereo auxiliary input leads connected to a preamp or a table!
    For use as a preamp, it's good that the signal passes through the Scott (auxiliary). The equalizer colors the sound a lot but can also boost. Why not?

    Before this one, I worked with the ART DPS2 (which I changed the lamp of course), flexible preamp with a good rappport money, but not the big sound.
    I tried to go through the Scott, and there, adjusting well, the gain-rounded and dynamic is considerable. Now, with the signal quality of scott, and flexibility of DPS2, I make a lot of time taken by my live bass guitar etc ...
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