I feel like a glutton after discovering the $100 Peavey Classic 50/410. This is a little something different I picked up a few weeks earlier. It's a Victor projector with speaker cabinet. I've read that the projector amp has two 6L6s in it. I have no technical expertise on working with amp circuitry so I'm not sure what I'll do with this pair. Honestly, I just thought the speaker cabinet looked cool. Perhaps I could get a little one watt amp head and drive it? Or pass it on to someone who knows what they're doing. Note: the pictures I uploaded aren't from my actual amp/speaker cabinet, though mine is the exact same in identical, nearly perfect condition. (I left the pair that I purchased at a friend's house and haven't taken pictures of it yet.) By the way, I pulled the attached pictures off the antiques website 1stdibs, which shows that someone bought the projector/speaker for $1600. Why? I have no idea. Note # 2: the speaker cabinet plugs into the control panel via the two-prong female socket. In other words, the speaker cabinet wire has a male outlet.) Thoughts on what I should do with this whole deal?