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    Mitaud,

    Welcome to the forum.

    To answer your question, we are going to need a bit more to go off then that. A picture, some additional description, something.

    Hope its not your last post.

    Johann Sebastian Bach

    (at Home) Conn 645 Theater Deluxe
    (at Church) 1836 E. & G.G. Hook Bros, Opus 26

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        Originally posted by mitaud View Post
        Certainly a man of very few words.... Thanks for the picture though.

        That amp looks like it belonged to a tube radio. I can see a Phillips 5-pin jack and only one 12AU7. Looks very small too... I had one similar which I discarded after pilfering the tubes.... Hmmm

        Nico
        "Don't make war, make music!" Hammonds, Lowreys, Yamaha's, Gulbransens, Baldwin, Technics, Johannus. Reed organs. Details on request...

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          That would have been a fine radio....I was told by the guy I bought it from that it was Lowery; I figured one of the gents here would know immediately. I have been looking for a mate to my 4x6v6 Espey amp; this was relatively "inexpensive" so I thought to pair it up. It plays well. I just want a schem' for my piling system.

          Thanks fot looking...Glen

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          sorry, thats "pileing;' system

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            Originally posted by mitaud View Post
            That would have been a fine radio....I was told by the guy I bought it from that it was Lowery; I figured one of the gents here would know immediately. I have been looking for a mate to my 4x6v6 Espey amp; this was relatively "inexpensive" so I thought to pair it up. It plays well. I just want a schem' for my piling system.

            Thanks fot looking...Glen


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            sorry, thats "pileing;' system
            Hi Glen. Thanks. I have an old Lowrey DSO-1 whhich has a very fine tube amp. However, I cannot remember enough to compare the general layout but will do so once I can wade through the pile o f other stuff and open the back. Meanwhile I recommend you browse the web for any Lowrey schematics on tube models (all those without the T in the model number) I have learnt on this forum that the T represents the transistorized amps so you can ignore those. I would start with the oldest models you can find on the lists. I have found a few service manuals on this site http://www.lowreyforum.com/lowreymanuals.htm. Thank goodness for Google...!
            Good hunting.

            Nico
            "Don't make war, make music!" Hammonds, Lowreys, Yamaha's, Gulbransens, Baldwin, Technics, Johannus. Reed organs. Details on request...

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