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SOLD: FS: Vincent SP20 Anniversary Edition Hybrid Tube Solidstate Stereo Power Amp $1000 (RRP $3500) B Stock

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1 hour ago, Cardiiiii said:

I could not find any reviews of the amp

I think it will hold it's own with the sp331. I must admit I am curious with the class a this one has.

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15 hours ago, Hazzzy said:

This should be double boxed I hope.

Vincent packaging is double boxed and very solid.

My 331MK travelled 3200km by road (Perth to Kununurra), arriving in perfect condition.

What a bargain, I hope it all works out for you.

 

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