NUMBERS WILL BE AT THE FRONT DOOR (by 6:00 AM) OF THE FRONT BUILDING (Formerly Wayne's speed shop) The sign is still on the building. PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT WAYNE'S AUTO BODY (at same address). THEY HAVE NO CONNECTION TO THIS SALE!
Featuring hundreds of items of vintage electronics including a large quantity from the private collection of Harry Weisfeld, the founder of VPI industries. Primarily stereo equipment from the 70's, as well as items from the 40's to present including receivers, amplifiers, speakers, turntables & other odds & ends. Several hundred items. Many have been sitting for some time & may or may not need to be gone over. As items sell I will try to restock with other items.
This sale description was copied from EstateSales.NET on 11/24/2017 (45-187-9:17:12 AM). Please check there for accurate up-to-date information (224-54).
Pictures show just a quick view of some of the items.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR ADDED & MORE DETAILED PICTURES AS I BRING MORE STOCK.
I will be revising this listing as I soon as I can.
Brands include at least one or more of the following.
JUST ADDED, from the personal collection of Mike Bettinger (founder of GAS audio) the top technician for GAS & Sumo products is one (1) SUMO Gold power amplifier & one (1) GAS Ampzilla 500 power amplifier. Both just given a clean bill of health by Mike. Pictures below.
Some are hard to find rare pieces including # 54 of the limited edition Forsell Air Reference Turntable. One of only 115 total made.
Also a full Quad 57 system (USA 120 volt model) including a pair of electrostatic speakers, 22 Control amp, pair of Quad II mono tube power amps with vintage Gold Lion tubes intact & test strong, FM tuner with multiplex (multiplex not shown in pictures), AM/SW tuner as well as some misc. wires & plugs.
JBL 4343b details > The proper 2121H midrange drivers where just properly re-foamed by Millersound in PA. The woofers were re-coned through a JBL dealer several years ago according to the guy I purchased them from (they appear to me like this was in fact done). Lenses for the horns are brand new from Kenrick in Japan. New grill cloth is direct from the mill in South Carolina (Wendell fabrics) was just installed in a more neutral black (rather than dark blue). Rheostats work very smooth & quite with only a little cut out at the very end of travel both clockwise & counterclockwise. I didn't want to have them pulled apart to clean for this minor issue.
Marantz > McIntosh > G.A.S. > Kenwood > Yamaha > Sumo > Snell > N.E.A.R. > Polk > JBL > Technics > Philips > Dual > JVC > Sansui > Heathkit > Polk > Rek O Kut > Signature Technology > Eico > Pioneer > Onkyo > Tascam > Soundcraftmen > Teac > Nikko > NAD > Yamaha > DBX > QRK > Nitty Gritty > DOD > BBE > Empire > Rogers > Rich Acoustics > Infinity > Mission > MB Quart > SAE > Akai > Dynaco > Lafayette > Nakamichi > Lexicon > KLH > Denon > Fisher > Acoustic Research > Pinnacle > Ohm > Garrard > Revox/Studer > Harman Kardon > AR > B&O > Bose > Altec Lansing > Luxman > Tandberg > Leslie > Dahlquist > Bang & Olufsen > Klipsch > Frazier > ADC > Proton > EV / Electrovoice
Also, not pictured is a garage full of electronics with none of the items priced above $25.