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I just picked up a McIntosh MC2200 at a local garage sale for 50 dollars. I have always wanted McIntosh buit never could afford it. I plan on using this amp for my sub. Can anyone fill me in on the peice of equipment? At 50 bucks I didn't expect the owner manual.


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Can't tell you anything about it other than when I saw your post I found, using Google, one for $2500. I'm going to reconsider my old garage sale habits of years past. WOW.


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I hooked it up using my Old Onkyo as the pre-amp. The gains were a bit dirty. Cleaned them up with a few twists and rocked on! Nice full sound, pretty good for the money. It has 4 lights on the front, two "normal and two "limit". I could get the normal light to do anything. I did manage to get the "limit" light to flash once. I wondering if the normal lights are inop?
 

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Does anyone know if there is a website for Old McIntosh users? I haven't been able to locate one. I know there is a sight for Klipsch.


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rodH, Thanks for the site. I like to understand the history of a company and this site does just that. One spec that I'm not sure of is the dampening factor. Not sure what it means. I'm amazed at the special limited production commercial equipment McIntosh has made, - pretty neat stuff.


I was thinking of selling this piece. Know I'm thinking that it would make a great subwoofer amp with loads of power and nostilga.


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