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Old 17th April 2012, 06:45 PM   #1
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Default Output transformers for Line-level signal.

Hi to all

As this is my first post here you may asume that I just found out what a soldering iron is but actually I have been using it for years, but today I really found out what I can do with it.

As I am starting to actually understand some components and which way I shoud use a resiston in my schematics, found out that output transformer is very interesting thing...

So now I am building a tube pre amp for my studio. I have already finished scetching and the filtering section, some interesting controls and output stage with E88CC (first part is not that important).

So I have my E88CC as a final stage and I would like to end with something like output transformer.
I designed it up to match with Lundahl LL5402 or EDCOR XS 1100 but sadly I didn't manage to get them.
Instead I desided to buy OEP A262A2E

But then I found out that I know nothing about using one.
And now I am here asking.

1) If transformer is marked as 1+1:2+2 does it mean I could do stereo with it?
2) If transformer is marked 2:1 can I use it as 1:2 by just swaping primary and sec.?

And the most important question. Can I use OEP A262A2E instead of LL5402? (lets skip the quality and frequency response factor)


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Old 17th April 2012, 11:32 PM   #2
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A1) No
A2) No. As there are losses, the 1:2 will give you a 1:1.9 or something like that
A to the last Q: Show us the data sheets. E
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Old 18th April 2012, 08:33 AM   #3
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Hi again.

OEP sheets and information.

http://www.canford.co.uk/ProductResources/ig/2739.pdf
A262A2E - OEP - datasheet

5402 information
http://www.lundahl.se/pdfs/datash/5402.pdf

I hope it is enough information.
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Old 18th April 2012, 01:18 PM   #4
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The A262A2E does not have the drive capability of the LL5402.
Not knowing your circuit and full purpose of it it is impossible to advise you.
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Old 18th April 2012, 03:58 PM   #5
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The output stage is very similar to Redd 47. It also has ECC88 in the final stage.

Basically I am building a tube pre amp. with Ecc88 as an output stage that is inspired by Redd 47. It is working on line level, so line in and line out.
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Old 18th April 2012, 07:34 PM   #6
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Find and read everything from Jensen and Rane and Jung and Self and etc, on balanced impedance connections.

Do not swap input and output transformers.
Do not invert transformers.
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