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Last Edited:
12-Sep-2004

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CONFIGURATION YEARS (APPROX.) COST NEW COMMENTS TUBES
(tech notes)
200 Scott_200 tn.jpg (4029 bytes) Stereo
30-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
12-wpc (RMS)
1962-1964 $140
An entry-level model derived from the original 222(A/B) design.

Similar to LK-30 Kit version, used cost-saving, 8-tube lineup which used a single 6GW8 as a shared splitter/p-p output driver

 used wide "C" case/chassis
8 tubes:

(3) 12AX7
(4) 6GW8 (Split-load phase inverter
and Output)

(1) 5AR4
200B Stereo
30-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
12-wpc (RMS)
1964-1966 $140
See above,

 used wide "C" case/chassis

8 tubes:


(3) 12AX7
(4) 6GW8
(Split-load phase inverter
and Output)

(1) 5AR4
222(A) Scott_222 tn.jpg (3812 bytes) Stereo
30-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
13-wpc (RMS)
1959-1960 $150
Less-expensive, less-powerful cousin to 299(A),

Self-biased design

dark brown (plastic) knobs, used wide "C" case/chassis


11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8/6GH8 (floating paraphase inverter w/AC balance pots)
(4) 6BQ5

(1) 5AR4
222-B Scott_222B tn.jpg (5298 bytes) Stereo
30-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
13-wpc (RMS)
1960-1961 $150
See 222(A) above,

Self-biased design

added tape monitoring, DC balance and 
common-channel adjustable bias pots,
introduced potted PEC's for EQ circuits

Metal (turned, Brass) knobs were optional @ $4.95,

used wide "C" case/chassis

11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8/6GH8 (floating paraphase inverter w/AC balance pots)
(4) 6BQ5

(1) 5AR4
222-C Scott_222C tn.jpg (4256 bytes) Stereo
48-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
20-wpc (RMS)
1961-1963 $165
See "Editor's Picks"

Replacement for earlier 299-B, as 299-C moves to 7591-design

Added Front-panel Headphone Jack

Brass knobs now standard

Redesigned output section, used wide "C" case/chassis

11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8 or 7199
(Split-load phase inverter)
(4) 7189

(1) 5AR4
222D Scott_222D_Front tn.jpg (6178 bytes)

Scott_222D_Top tn.jpg (7580 bytes)
Stereo
48-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
20-wpc (RMS)
1963-1964 $170

See "Editor's Picks"

Updated, Extruded front panel styling

Minor service-related improvements

 used wide "C" case/chassis

11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8 or 7199
(Split-load phase inverter)
(4) 7189

(1) 5AR4
233 Scott_233_Front tn.jpg (3831 bytes) Stereo
66-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
28-wpc (RMS)
1964-1966 $190
Next to last Scott integrated tube amp design, essentially a slightly down-rated, 299-C

Note: Some late versions of the 299-C are identical to the 233, except for the front-panel

To save costs, Scott eliminated the 299-C's Phase Reversal, Rumble Filter switches, and "Christmas Tree, tri-function indicators.

 extruded styling,
wide "C" case/chassis

11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8 or 7199
(Split-load phase inverter)
(4) 7591

(1) 5AR4
272 Scott_272 tn.jpg (4689 bytes) Stereo
88-watt
Integrated
Amplifier

 with
"DYNAURAL" Rumble Supressor

37-wpc (RMS)
1960-1962 $275
"DYNAURAL"
Rumble Supressor

Commonly seen with brown plastic knobs
Metal (shown) knobs were optional @ $4.95,

Variable center-channel, phono pickup, and
"Acoustic Level" controls

large format "G" case/chassis

(taller format to accommodate EL34's and huge TR-12-2 transformers)

42 lbs.

15 tubes:

(6) 12AX7  
(1) 6AU6 (DNS)

(2) 6U8/6BL8
(floating paraphase inverters w/AC balance pots)

(4) EL34/6CA7

twin rectifiers: (2) 5U4GB's
296 Scott_296 tn.jpg (5754 bytes)

Scott_296_Rear tn.jpg (7414 bytes)
Stereo
100-watt
Integrated
Amplifier

with
"DYNAURAL" Rumble Supressor

42-wpc (RMS)
1962-1963 $310
Scott's Most Powerful Integrated Amp

Replaced the 272

"DYNAURAL" Rumble Supressor

Only Scott design to use the 7581/KT66

large format "G" case/chassis

15 tubes:

(6) 12AX7

(1) 6U8 (DNS)

(2) 6U8
(Split-load phase inverters)

(4)7581/KT66

twin rectifiers:
(2) 5AR4
299(A) Scott_299 tn.jpg (3247 bytes)

Scott_299 (top) tn.jpg (6016 bytes)
Stereo
40-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
17-wpc (RMS)
1958-1960 $200
Scott's first
"Stereomaster" Integrated Amp


See "Editor's Picks"

"Christmas Tree" tri-function neon indicators, unique to 299-series

bias control common to both channels
 
wide "C" case/chassis


11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6BL8 (floating paraphase inverter w/AC balance pots)

(4) 7189

(1) 5AR4
299-B Scott_299B tn.jpg (5461 bytes) Stereo
50-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
21-wpc (RMS)
1960-1961 $210

See "Editor's Picks"


Larger transformers, changed phase splitters

Minor styling changes to knobs, indicators, logo/lettering,  double-H, logo, replaced oval logo.

used wide "C" case/chassis


11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8/6GH8 (floating paraphase inverter w/AC balance pots)

(4) 7189

(1) 5AR4
299-C Scott_299C tn.jpg (5264 bytes) Stereo
72-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
31-wpc (RMS)

or

28-wpc (RMS)
smaller transformer versions
1961-1964 $230
Major upgrade for 299-series adapted from the older LK-72 (kit) 7591-design

Added Front-panel Headphone Jack,
More powerful final section

center channel volume control

some late "C" versions had 233 circuitry and smaller TRA-8-5-4 transformers

11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8 or 7199
(Split-load phase inverter)
(4) 7591

(1) 5AR4
299D Scott_299D tn.jpg (4222 bytes) Stereo
80-watt
Integrated
Amplifier
34-wpc (RMS)
1964-1966 $235
See 299C above
See LK-72-B (kit)

S/N 249780 & up: used 233's output xformers:
TRA-8-5-4


Updated, Extruded front panel styling

Minor service-related improvements

 used wide "C" case/chassis


11 tubes:

(4) 12AX7
(2) 6U8 or 7199
(Split-load phase inverter)
(4) 7591

(1) 5AR4

For a detailed technical description see: John Byrns's H.H. Scott Amplifier Specifications

To view: Vintage H.H. Scott Kit Amplifier Table

 

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