Very nice unit Ki, are you going to re-wire to use an external preamp or leave it as-is?, it does look cool! - and of course will check with my local valve providers for those weird models you might need.
Very nice looking deck. BTW, do you know what the production year is for that model? Just curious.
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Unhappily the 240V P300 is very difficult to get in Europe. But the 240V P300 is just a normal P300 with a step-up 115/230V transformer. I have owned one longtime ago and for some time used it to power some 110V 60 Hz equipment bypassing the output transformer.
BTW, you can build a 240V /50 Hz generator very easily with a low quality 500W power pro-amplifier, two 115/60V 300W power transformers with the 60V windings in parallel and the 115V ones in series, and an MP3 player playing continuously a 50Hz tome. Or just build one as described in P. Horowitz "The Art of Electronics".
BTW2, surely you know this link, but other members can be interesting page about rebuilding a C37.http://forum.studerundrevox.de/viewt...3d642f541bba1e
Ki-I checked through my tube stash and I don't have either one of those tubes.
Watch out for the 230V P300. Of all the ones sold in this country only one is still running .The others all failed. The one still running powers only a turntable motor. It cannot deliver close to the 300W in the 230V guise. I honestly don't think it wil last with the 250VA the C37 consumes. You may be much better of with the P600.
BTW nothing against PS Audio. The current P10 made a huge difference in my system as did the PPP before it.