A greenhouse amplifier as a museum piece?

Thirty-nine years ago, a 100-volt amplifier was installed at a customer of Peter van Beek of Sol 4 Audio. To a new greenhouse that also housed speakers and a broadcast microphone. The amplifier was in use 6 days a week, 10 hours a day. Peter has now replaced it with a new one, which he shared on LinkedIn, asking if it should become a museum piece.

"The loudspeakers were all still working well, and so now the company has good music again. The public address microphone has also been repaired. I wonder if the new amplifier still works after 7.3 million playing minutes! The question now is: keep it, dispose of it, or can it go to the Westlands Museum?"

For more information:
Sol 4 V.O.F.
Hoog-Harnasch 26, 2635 DL
Den Hoorn, the Netherlands
Tel.: +31 (0) 15-8896709

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