Conrad JohnsonPremier 11AusedConrad Johnson Premier 11A- Tube Amp- Superb Condition, Sound & Reliability  (Price Reduced)Known to do everything well. Known for timing and rhythmic qualities. Known to be an amp you can just listen to, drawn in by these qualities and made to stay for hours. Comes with 6550’s but CJ wil...1944.00

Conrad Johnson Premier 11A- Tube Amp- Superb Condition, Sound & Reliability (Price Reduced) [Expired]


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Known to do everything well. Known for timing and rhythmic qualities. Known to be an amp you can just listen to, drawn in by these qualities and made to stay for hours. Comes with 6550’s but CJ will tell you that you can run KT120’s no problem. 
 Well regarded for its sound, the CJ Premier 11A is a little brother to the World Class Premier 8 mono block amps which uses a total of (16), 6550 tubes to its sound. See the Reviews on line for this amp. Conrad Johnson Premier 11A- Superb Reliability and Sound. This amp plays big, seductive, and with CJ's Reliability. The amp is in Excellent Condition, Biasing well and Sounds spectacular. This amp is unmolested and retains the traditional CJ Premier 11A sound. 
With all of the options out there this CJ's cost to benefit is a bargain for this original superb sounding amp. It plays exceedingly well. 
If you want the best example around, this one is it and is priced to reflect it. 
Most all of my equipment is in Superb condition; face plates are perfect or near; chassis has few if any scrapes on sides. This amp is no exception.  Buyer agrees to pay 2.9% paypal fee and shipping w/ Insurance. I have an excellent record for CJ gear and its condition, and my shipping. 

Essentially a scaled down, stereo version of the Premier Eight, the Premier Eleven delivered 70 watts per channel from a single pair of 6550 output tubes.

The Premier Eleven used only the finest component parts in all stages including the power supply. The power supply used only polypropylene and “cjd” polystyrene capacitors as opposed to the traditional deployment of electrolytics. The main storage reservoir used polypropylene capacitors with polystyrene shunts.