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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    I've still got:

    Sony STR-7015 receiver that my father bought me to go away to college in 1977.
    Pair of Infinity Qe's that I bought a year or two later
    Pair of Berning ea-230's from, I think, about 1981
    Micro Seiki BL-51 that I bought in 1981 or 2
    A PS Audio Elite + integrated amp from 1984, recently acquired and serviced
    One pair of original Sequerra Met 7's and two pairs of Met 7 Mk. II's, bought from Dick in about 1985
    A Macintosh MR74, recently acquired
    A Scott 310A tuner
    A Heath A-7 amp.
    A Superphon Revelation Basic dual mono preamp - mid 80's?

    It all works fine!!

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Heathkit W5m monoblocks. circa 1960. They've been modified/rebuilt and sound great.

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    1928 Jackson Bell Swan.

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Quote Originally Posted by CPP View Post
    My Micro Seiki BL-91 TT was manufactured in 1980, still going strong
    Update, not going strong anymore, lighting took it out yet again after I had the motor rewound. Back in the box.
    Chris

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    I have a Fadel "metal coffin" 1920's tube radio! Next oldest is a late 40's Valco tube guitar amp.

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    I think perhaps all my oldest component is perhaps all my component ???

    Technics SL-1210 MK II : 30 year's old
    Pioneer CT-95S : 23 year's old
    Luxman K100 : 30 year's old
    Inifinity Kappa 100 : 20 ...
    Proceed AMP2 : 22
    Tag Mc LAren T32R : 15 ???
    Marantz SA7S1/GRIMM AUDIO CC1/MARK LEVINSON 360S+TECHNICS SL1210 MKII/ORTOFON X1-MC/VPI CLASSIC 3 in rosewood/Audio-Technica ART-9/ESOTERIC E03+TAG MC LAREN T32R+JEFF ROWLAND CORUS+JEFF ROWLAND MODEL 625+INFINTY KAPPA 100+Cables line: all Furutech lineflux+power cord DIY

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Welcome to the forum, thank you for joining.

    Quote Originally Posted by greatoldone View Post
    I have a Fadel "metal coffin" 1920's tube radio! Next oldest is a late 40's Valco tube guitar amp.
    Joe

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