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Comment by Robert Feenstra on January 27, 2019 at 5:19pm

Hi Doug.  I didn't realize that the Scott company made a stereo amp.  I'n not sure when Scott went out of business.  EH Scott was bought out in the 1940's and became just Scott.  Your amp has the same logo as my 16A made after EH Scott sold out.  I have a HH Scott LK-72-B amp that I use all the time.  HH Scott was a completely different company from Scott or EH Scott.  Not sure where you can locate schematics for your amp.  I found them for my HH Scott at hhscott.com.

Comment by Russ Webb on January 28, 2019 at 11:14am

I would also suggest that it is an HH Scott. Don't be disappointed though. The HH Scot amps are very nice. That is what I have in my office now (I rotate through several tube amps/receivers)

Comment by Norman S Braithwaite on January 28, 2019 at 11:43am

The late successor to the Scott Radio Laboratories did make stereo components and that stereo amplifier is one of those products.  The HH Scott company then sued the late successor to the Scott Radio Corporation for infringement and won putting the last surviving remnant of the Scott Radio Laboratories, really just the name, to rest.  The late successor to Scott Radio Laboratories may have survived longer if they did not focus on components as that was the basis of infringement.

Norman

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