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Item: Audio Note OTO SE tube integrated amplifier
Item Condition:good working order
Reason for selling: 
too many amps
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info:

The item is in good working order and condition.  The amp recently was Refurbished. All capacitors  were checked to meet requirements.   

This is a Class A amplifier. Output tubes 4 x EL84 (6P14P,  etc), 10 watts per channel.

All four EL84 tubes of power amp are new.

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