So, I'm the proud owner of my first "working" stereo tube amp. My gosh it's been a long time coming since I got back into this way of listening to music. 2011. The stereo happens to be Fisher, an X-100 3, I believe. Never owned any Fisher gear before, 'til now. I auditioned it this afternoon for nearly an hour with my own Techincs SL-Q2 and Jamo Cornet 40 IV two-ways, and grateful to be able to do so. I know it's rare to be able to audition gear in such a way. It's from a seasoned citizen rummage, very nice fella named Jim. He bought it new back in '63/'64. Amazing... Had it all this time. But it hasn't been used for awhile. Unfortunately the manuals are not found yet. I hope so. He says he has them somewhere. We'll see. He had it checked over about a month ago, he said. An engineer friend of his who tested it and found tubes and capacitors within tolerance. Absolutely zero hum. He explained the alternate white power light. The original failed and he replaced it with the white light, which actually looks good. it has a custom case made from cherry wood stained as walnut. Not original. I auditioned it and we agreed on a price and I am now listening to it in the cave. I have it connected to Crites modified Belle Klipsch. These speakers are everything I hoped they'd be using tubes. Wow! Anyway, I just wanted to share my good cess. I don't know much about Fisher, other than it has a very good reputation on these old amps. I will perform a meticulous cleaning as soon as I am able. Tonight, I'm enjoying the heck out of it. Thanks for reading. S.J.