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chris719 29th August 2005 06:46 PM

Where to buy R-Core transformers?
 
Does anyone know where to buy R-Core transformers in small quantities at a reasonable price? I have called several places but they either had 1K unit minimums or huge tooling charges.

Thanks,
Chris

Sebastiaan 29th August 2005 08:39 PM

R core
 
Dear Chris,

Take a look here: http://www.hifituning.de/html/r-core_trafos.html

Kind Regards,
Bas

using_e 30th August 2005 07:41 AM

Be aware that Feickert seased business with Hifituning and this is just the rest of his stock he is selling for cheap prices. I'm also a little bit worried where to get good R-Cores and O-Cores in the future as he seems to be the only one in Europe (to my knowledge) who sold these types. They are really worth considering comparerd to normal torroidals.

using_e

EUVL 31st August 2005 02:10 PM

If you are in the States, maybe they could help (no personal experience) :

http://www.custommag.com/products/r-core.shtml

I contacted Feickert a week ago by email about dimensions of his r-cores, and got no reply. The only reply was 8 Euros shipping charge (also did not say per Tx or in total).

Magura also had some experience with him with o-core transformers. Please check his thread on transformers on the Pass forum.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...764#post521764


Patrick

Magura 31st August 2005 02:35 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by EUVL

Magura also had some experience with him with o-core transformers. Please check his thread on transformers on the Pass forum.

http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...764#post521764


Patrick


Yes, I had a pretty nasty reminder about not to buy something by the looks of an ad. It is though the first case I have experienced of a company using a photo of a high quality ithem of advertisement, shipping crap, and screwing people whom are not happily cheated :dead:

Magura :)

UrSv 31st August 2005 03:19 PM

R-Core can be found at Selectronic:

http://www.selectronic.fr/soussousfa...1&ssfam_ref=11

koyaanisqatsi 7th December 2012 06:56 AM

should anyone read through this thread looking for r cores.. these are the two interesting sites i've found.....

for good value and large and/or custom made r-cores:

Audio Catalog


for r-core interstages and output transformers!!!:

Softone/ICL's AUDIO PRODUCTS


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