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Ivan Beaver

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Re: CalJam74 PA Amps For Sale
« Reply #10 on: July 28, 2016, 07:33:43 pm »

This is for Ivan's "Wall of Phlame".  Some folks collect Hummels, Ivan collects iconic amps.
Not all the amps are "flames" just a couple.

Specifically the phase linear 200-400-700

The BGW7000

Crown MT1000 (the original one)

BOSE (not sure of model but 400 watt/channel and over 100lbs)

Those are the amps I "loved to hate" back when I was a bench tech
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Mac Kerr

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Re: CalJam74 PA Amps For Sale
« Reply #11 on: July 28, 2016, 07:50:31 pm »

One on each side in the middle of the aircraft so as not to unbalance it!

Not historical, but here are some amps that were part of a DJ system being used at Panorama. It was apparently designed by some famous DJ, and with 7 stacks like this around the room it sounded pretty damn good. I was more impressed with the amps. I'd love to have some of these at home.

Mac

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Re: CalJam74 PA Amps For Sale
« Reply #12 on: July 28, 2016, 09:18:12 pm »

Mac's are pretty but kind of blurry sounding compared to other things.  You want something like this at home.

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Re: CalJam74 PA Amps For Sale
« Reply #13 on: August 01, 2016, 08:42:05 am »

Not all the amps are "flames" just a couple.

Specifically the phase linear 200-400-700

The BGW7000

Crown MT1000 (the original one)

BOSE (not sure of model but 400 watt/channel and over 100lbs)

Those are the amps I "loved to hate" back when I was a bench tech

Weren't they just labeled as "BOSE Power Station" ??
Used an Adamson rig 20 or 25 years ago with a couple of racks of them.
In the 2 years I was there, never had to bench one of them.
Chris.
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Ivan Beaver

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Re: CalJam74 PA Amps For Sale
« Reply #14 on: August 01, 2016, 12:03:35 pm »

Weren't they just labeled as "BOSE Power Station" ??
Used an Adamson rig 20 or 25 years ago with a couple of racks of them.
In the 2 years I was there, never had to bench one of them.
Chris.
The one I have is the 1800.  400 watts per channel.

I have repaired a good number of them back in the 80s. 

One of them came to me with a hole burnt through the circuit board that you could drop a silver dollar through.

NO-I CANNOT fix that---------
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