An almost 40 year old stereo amplifier made at the University of Calgary ( see label)
PLEASE NOTE - THIS ITEM BEARS NO CERTIFICATION AGENCY LABEL AND SHOULD HAVE HAD A CSA MARK - IT IS FOR USE BY AN APPROPRIATE PERSON KNOWLEDGEABLE WITH ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICITY AS TECHNICALLY IT CANNOT BE PLUGGED INTO THE POWER SYSTEM, ALL LIABILITY IS ASSUMED BY THE BUYER FOR FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD
The unit has not be tested for all functions, a concern is that it is a metal case device with a 2 conductor cord where normally this would have a 3 conductor grounded cord, the ground being attached to the case.
The speaker output requires a RCA jack with bare wires to feed the speakers. These are available but I don't have one and likely won't take the time to make them. NOTE----Have tested and one channel is functional, the other one may be as well just given the "cobbled up" feed being used that may be the problem not the unit.
It likely works and will update any potential buyer on the issue
Appears UofC was doing some "builds" in the golden era of audio , a fairly unique find on several counts.
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