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Emerson aa5 looks like DB301

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Wyatt CIRCO
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20.Feb.09 03:31

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I have an Emerson I baught in an antique shop That has a black cabinet like the DB301 but has the chassis of a model 336. It has the same knobs as a 336 and the cabinet is made out of the same plastic. If any know what the model is please leave a coment.

Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
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20.Feb.09 15:48

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Please provide photos: front, rear, label.

What is the chassis code? EC?

Tube lineup?

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KoBi

Wyatt CIRCO
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22.Feb.09 22:49

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It's a basic aa5 12sa7 12sq7 12sk7 50l6 and 35z5. There are no labels and the cardboard anteana protector board is gone. Usualy the model number was printed on this. There is no number on the chassis anywhere. I am unable to take pictures at the current moment.

Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
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23.Feb.09 13:23

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sorry, but All American Fives are by the hundreds. That does not help at all.

And: please use our way of spelling for tubes: 12SA7 12SK7 12SQ7 50L6 35Z5.

  
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