Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Green country Oklahoma
HH Scott receiver here with a Garrard turn table and a Ampex Reel to real with 12 inch wolfers a 4x6 horn tweeter and a 8 inch mid range all mounted in a 8 ft. long mahogany cabinet that I built back in 1965 at that time it was top of the line along with Kenwood and some of the other top brands, man it really sounded great there was a stereo station in San Francisco KFOG at 10 pm the disk jockey, James J Gabbard would play all kinds of great sound stuff for stereo. one was where they rolled a bowling ball and you could here it go from left to right speaker really sounder great with ear phones on felt like the ball rolled right through your ear also had a freight train that did the same thing man those were the good old days. This was in the late sixties I still have mine but have not had it on in years.
U S Air Force Korean vet. NRA Member
Fourth fighter wing Kimpo Korea 1952 Fourth but first, the mig killers.
533rd material ,air defence Oxnard AFB 1953-1955
Pastor of the CBCG-Fellowship group Tulsa Oklahoma.