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Old 3rd August 2012, 03:07 AM   #1
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Default Transformer orientation

This is a 17 X 8 chassis. Here is a pic of how I'm thinking of putting transformers on my 6B4G SET amp. The RCA boxes are where the power triodes will be on. and two circles on PCB are a driver and a rectifier.

On left I have end bells where power TX will be and on right those 2 are output TX. Is the orientation good or will be problem since I have heard power and output should be arranged 90 degrees from each other due to magnetic flux from power TX? Or it shouldn't be a problem since they are 9 inches apart?



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