I'm talking about a simple plug in without any wiring changes.
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I can't resist - is the 'Monarch' labeling on the amp from a '76 Mercury Monarch? I remember when they were new, and I was a kid working at a local dealership. The sticker price for a new one was around $5,200.00. You can pay that for tubes now!
peterh wrote:You should in emergency be able to use 5u4. But wait fpr Mr Latino for the definitive answer.Frank111 wrote:The amps are M-125 mono blocks.
sKiZo wrote:PPS ... Bob mentioned the "quick power blip" problem and how it can kill amps. The TDI board gives you a delayed start up and allows the caps to discharge properly instead of creating a destructive surge. Another option - a NON-LATCHING (that's the important part) GFCI adapter ...
TRC 90033 Shockshield White Portable GFCI Plug with Surge Protection
The GFCI part isn't important here. Truth be told, that feature probably doesn't even work on a two prong plug - not that I've ever tried a direct short to see what happens. The NON-LATCHING feature means it stays off until you manually reset it. That allows you to let it rest for a couple minutes before restoring power.
I got mine for around $20 ...