HHScott Hi-Fi Stereo Archive,
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In 1997, I started this project as a labor of
love and donate my time and considerable resources to make it available to
to the increasing costs involved with bringing you an this information, I have started accepting donations to help offset
and hope to keep this information (and planned additions) freely available.
you have found the Vintage HHScott Hi-Fi Stereo Archive useful in your quest for
knowledge and information, I humbly ask that you consider making a donation to show your support
-- any amount is greatly appreciated -- no matter how large or small. And
we've tried to make it safe and easy.
be happy to display donor's names or keep them confidential, it's up to you.
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