Tube amp s : Solving the base problem.

I asked my friend Mark Stephens of Hot Rod Audio to convert a pair of antique magnavox tube chasses to monaural amps for my bi-wired Jon Anderson tower speakers: The result is 24+ tube amp watts per speaker with the internal crossovers handling the separate leads to the base and mid/high-end connections: Clean highs, fast mid-range attack and jaw-dropping base; complete separation, seamless delivery and, above all, that sweet tube sound. I recommend the concept without reservation.
Stop! It's BASS. Please make an effort.
So much for subjectivity, eh.
Many think that base is pronounced as [bais], but not bass
Bass sounds fishy to me...
Glad it worked out so well.Did you pull the amps from an old console type stereo?
Sounds like delicious bass!
Bass notes, base sound. You'll have to ask Mark for his sources for the chasses: What sets the amps apart is high-grade materials used in re-wiring them. The low end really is wonderful: If it got any better, I'd be selling tickets.
Stop the madness, it's Chassis. Please make an effort!!

Marakanetz, What??
Chasses is the plural of chassis.
Chasses doesn't look right. Are you sure it's not chassises?

Chasses is the plural of chassis.
If you check various online dictionaries, this being one example, you will find that the plural of "chassis" is "chassis." And also that "chasses" is the plural of "chasse," or more properly "chassé," which has to do with dance steps.

-- Al
Instead of collecting the additional fees on Audiogon classified ads that some complain about, why not go back to just charging a buck or two, with no extra percentage charge?

In place of the current fee schedule, we'll simply impose a $1 surcharge on members who use terms such as base, chord, and the like. A two dollar charge will go to folks who use an apostrophe when attempting pluralization or mess up their/they're/there.

Folks buying/selling might actually begin to turn a lot more business again. In the end, I think the whole thing should put a lot more money in the pockets of this site's owners.
Lol, Joe. Although I think we should give an "allowance" to non-native english speakers.