EAR YOSHINO 834 Integrated - For sale

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Reduction on the Wam for this classic beauty, plenty of great reviews on-line and looks great on the hi-fi rack!

£1700 -

Comes with all documentation, original handbook, original EAR packaging and it had a complete clean up and service by Mr T de Paravicini middle of 2018, some dry solder joints renewed and I believe a power valve replaced and checked for suitability. In very nice condition, there are two tiny small scuffs on the middle chrome housing, but you have to look over the top of it for it to really show, otherwise almost mint elsewhere. The front fascia is clean, free of marks and the gold coloured rotary dials have minimal signs of use or wear.

Included also is an after market power cable, a box of valves, 7 of Edicron 6l6GC, however, not a complete set but almost. I'm certain the amp is currently fitted with Svetlana's.

Some specs below:

Parallel Push-Pull pure Class A circuit stereo valve power amplifier with control unit built in.
6 line inputs. 50 watts per channel output into 4, 8 or 16 ohm.
Happy into any load. Push-pull from input to output.
Low overall feedback. Winner of the Absolute Sound (USA) Golden EAR Award 1999.
Valves List - 2 x ECC83, 2 x ECC85, 8 x EL34
Power output - 50 watts/channel (30Hz - 15kHz at 1% THD int
Power Consumption - 200 watts total
I.M.D. - Less than 1% at any level from 10mW to 50 Wa
Output Damping Factor - 12
Power Bandwidth - 15Hz - 40kHz at less than 3% THD
Input Sensitivity - 200mV
Signal to Noise Ratio - 85dB
Size - W 16'' (405mm), D 16'' (405mm), H 6'' (150mm)
Weight - 20kg
Input Impedance - 47k Ohms

Some more pics:







A Google search will bring up an old advert from another forum, which is the same amp and the pictures are clearer.

Thanks for looking, any questions please PM me and we'll discuss. I'd rather not post, it's very heavy, if it helps we can discuss alternatives. If you require post, it will require you to organise a suitable courier with insurance.

Ade / Parcelmonkey

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