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Old 14th May 2007, 12:38 PM   #1
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Here's a high quality (toroid international) toroid out there on ebay:

search: Toroid TI-043222C

I have used a couple of them, 20 pound monsters. 2 pairs of secondary windings, 28-0-28 * 2 at 19 amps each. Person should make the graphic for the spec readable. Dead silent.

perfect for aleph 5 or multi multi multi multi chip gainclones. Or anything that can go on 36-38 volts with oodles of current.

here it is sitting next to a 300va hammond for comparison.
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Old 15th May 2007, 12:52 AM   #2
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Damn! doesn't ship to Canada :P
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Old 15th May 2007, 02:47 AM   #3
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i might be able to send one up there to ya... although know could be pricey, fedex int'l reasonable. guessing it'd run 22-25 bucks. suckers are heavy
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Old 15th May 2007, 04:35 PM   #4
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I bought two of them as well to power a set of mono-block amps I’m building. They’re a fantastic bargain at $50 ea. + S/H.

I tried to attach the original spec sheet (which wasn’t too clean), but by the time I compressed and chopped it to fit DIY’s requirements, it was totally useless.

So, here’s a quick summary:
1240VA continuous
Primary 1 = 100VAC and 120VAC – 18AWG
Primary 2 = 100VAC and 120VAC – 18 AWG
Secondary 1 = 29.6 – 0 – 29.6 (no load) – 14AWG
Secondary 1 = 27.2 – 0 – 27.2 (@ 19.0A)
Secondary 2 = 29.6 – 0 – 29.6 (no load) – 14AWG
Secondary 2 = 27.2 – 0 – 27.2 (@ 19.0A)
“Special quiet design”
P/N TI-043222C
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