While the heart and soul of vintage H.H. Scott Hi-Fi equipment is obviously
tubes (and transformers); the engineers, designers and assemblers spent hours perfecting your
product's sound using hundreds of other discrete electronic components.
Fortunately, the point-to-point hard wiring assembly and open chassis layout
makes restoration of vintage H.H. Scott gear easy.
Note: Some later H.H. Scott models did use small, pre-packaged electronic
circuit modules, a.k.a. "PECs," for filter and equalization circuits.
Fortunately, these multi-legged critters rarely crawl south. With a schematic,
it is not too difficult to reconstruct a PEC from individual components.
The Type 222-B introduced the PEC-222-ER
Equalization circuit later used on 222-C/D, 299-C/D, and 233 amplifiers. The
299-C introduced the PEC-299 Rumble/Scratch Filter circuit.
The good news is that most (but not all) of the critical
parts or components are still available from a number of reliable sources. For
parts sources click here.