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Tom Berglund
 
 
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07.Aug.13 12:04

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Hello,

This post is actually both information and a question. But due to my own personal priorities right now I'm hoping for an answer to my question first. I intend to try to fix the informational aspect of this post later.

I have recently purchased the very same amplifier pictured here on the Böhm Regent 10 page. My amplifier has the same little hole in the grill cloth, and the same white smudge on the back. They are in fact the very same amplifier. When I bought this amplifier I was directed to this page as an information source for the amplifier.     After purchasing the amp I took it to my amp doctor for new caps, resistors and tubes. He was surprised to find that the tube configuration was not the same as stated on this page. The amplifier pictured on this page (my amplifier) has the same tube configuration as the Regent 10 ECL86. There are no EL84s in there! So what I am saying is that the Amp pictured on the Regent 10 page is actually a Regent 10 ECL86!      For clarity sake, it would probably be a good thing to take this picture off of the Regent 10 page, and put it onto the Regent 10 ECL86 page, so that in the future, If and As this amplifier goes up for sale again, people won't be able to use this radiomuseum page to advertise this particular amplifier falsely. This is my first day as a member of radiomuseum.org and so my knowledge of how these kinds of things are done is nil. Perhaps somebody out there knows how to do this? ...that is IF it is even possible?  Just for the record, I am not at all upset about this turn of events. Things like this do sometimes inadvertently happen. I'm just looking forward to getting the amp in tip-top shape and seeing what it sounds like.

My other reason for this posting is that i want to download the schematic for the regent 10 because I believe I can get my Regent 10 ECL86 back into good working order with the schematic for the Regent 10. However, when i click on the thumbnail of the schematic, I only receive a download of the low resolution / unreadable schematic. I'm not seeing how to get the high resolution schematic. This is my very first time to log on to radiomuseum.org, so I'm having some confusion in the navigation. I do however want to get this schematic to my technician as soon as possible.

Could somebody out there give me an easy to follow step by step instruct on how to get a high resolution copy of the schematic?

Thanks,

Tom

Michael Watterson
 
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07.Aug.13 18:04

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Read the FAQs, "Help" button and help for repair or restoration.

Email sent explaining the steps.

Ernst Erb
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07.Aug.13 18:50

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Dear Tom
Thank you for telling us and for your questions. Michael Watterson did write to you how to operate the schematics and I hope it works for you. You can also use the link in the drop down menue "My model" to ask for a schematic for your version, but I would suggest that you load up first a few pictures of your other sets to the corresponding models - or pictures from eBay ... so that you show some activity. Then other members are more tempted to find the schematic for you, scan, prepare and upload.

I wish you good luck, because the schematic may be hard to find. At least I did not find one in the "Schematic Finder". Well, the Schematic Finder shos us a list of the Rider's, SAMS and Beitman - and your model is German - but also uploaded schematics (after a certain time when we started this).

You will have a lot to discover at Radiomuseum.org - just try out the different links.

  
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