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Old 5th March 2009, 11:07 AM   #1
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Default AnTek vs. Plitron

I've always used Plitron toroids because I'd heard they were the "best," and I know virtually nothing about toroid design and construction. However, in following a transformer thread on the Vendors forum it's clear that I know even less than I thought I did.

For those who know, is there any supportable performance reason for using a $95 Plitron instead of a $45 AnTek with the same specs?

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The debate has turned into a full blown test.

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