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Originally posted by wayward91 wayward91 wrote:

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thanks for taking the time to post these  good stuff for the archives
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Hi guys speaking of vintage the social club I work in still use H&H pro series 1 and 2 speakers running on a lyon forge p400 amp and a baker350 amp plus in the store room we have a H&H 150 pa slave amp i believe but it has a electrical fault so may end up in the bin or my loft
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Senior console from Pamphonic Reproducers, 1932. 50W output.


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I`m  using HH ma100 amp , it has low sound quality but it is a real mule in the world of amps ... a few years ago we use it 4 days on the party without break believe or not  ... it is so reliable like no other  .... the friend burn it with power generator , but after a little repare it`s working like brand new ... I`m also pluggin` e guitar with pedalboard in it with no problems
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I am currently the owner of two Peavey CS1000's from the 1980's The still run perfectly fine. could maybe do with a few connections replaced to tidy them up but they both work fine.

Out of curiosity what are these worth now-a-days?

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Depending on cosmetic condition,around £150 to £200 mark. A really clean one might even make more.
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Yeah, the CS800 was a real workhorse - dread to think what all the CS's have seen over the years as they always keep running no matter what conditions.
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I have a pair of CS400's here Gavin,bought these around 20 years ago,and have only used them twice i think....also have a pair of the plug-in PL150 crossover modules for them,which,if you run the amps bridged,give you 2x 400w into 8 ohms above 150hz,great for running some small mid-tops etc.

The CS400 must be the most over-engineered little amp ever built,16 TO3 output devices per amp,big 4.5 inch fan,DDT limiting,massive transformer,all to produce just 2x200w! No wonder they last so long.






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Wow - we used to use the 400, fantastic thing - bullit proof.  That fan, remember that breathing hot air all night on me, whispering sweet nothings in my ear LOL,  DDT prooved pretty useful when the DJ events started to happen aswell.  Great pic Clap.
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buitifull amps well over enginered for its time ,,way ahead of its time like hh citronic studionaster ect ect 
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