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SyncTronX
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Registered: October 2008
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Sun July 20, 2014 9:43pm

DR-504, A look inside the chassis, shows
some of Harry Joyce Mil Spec wiring. Bottom.
On the left side someone hacked in a different transformer and on the right side replaced the other transformer. Looking inside the chassis are to examples:
1. How to wire and amp.
2. Non-example of amp repair/mod.

Who ever hacked this amp ruined and as best as I can tell, it didn't last long after
the mods.

The original Partridge transformers were excellent, renoun for the stability and the clarity which gave Hiwatt's their sound.
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