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mikethebike
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« on: July 16, 2017, 05:20:10 AM »

Hi folks,

I think it is about time to say goodbye to my MCI 636. Its done sterling service for me for the last 15 years or so, and its about time someone else had the pleasure rather than it going to the breakers yard

Description is as follows:

36  module frame, populated with 26 standard I/O cards all fully working
Meter bridge is standard VU meters with all bulbs working  Smiley
4 spare I/O modules
Except for 4 I/O modules, all cards have been recapped and re-socketed  Any failed IC replaced with Philips/Signetics 5532/5534. If the 4 modules not recapped is a deal breaker we can work on that.
The automated faders have been removed and replaced with Penny and Giles long throw faders with new facia plates The automation control cards are still inside the console belly.  (I could never get on with those VCA, they always sound grainy to me and I don't have the fader modules any more)
A box of spare 2003/2004 chips
Modules Extended card included in the deal
Power supply recapped 4 years ago and new fans installed
EMI TG line amp clones (x8) installed below the patchbay
Patchbay has the mic inputs presented
No 2-mix mod made with 2520 clones
I could probably add in the DIN connectors as well
Arm rest recovered with black fine lather

Generally, the console sounds very clean. Is is physically in superb condition.

It is based in the UK (Aylesbury) and I am looking for offers in the region of 5K and it will take three strong men (supplier to provide) to shift it with all the modules removed.

Please PM me if you have an interest or want to pursue it.

Cheers

Mike
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mikethebike
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« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2017, 02:36:41 PM »

Hi again folks

I forgot to add that the deal also includes cable and edge-connector test harnesses for all the modules to make bench servicing easier.

Cheers

Mike
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