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Old 25th August 2012, 09:19 PM   #1
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Default Output Transformer for Armstrong 222

A long shot, I know, but does anyone have an output transformer for an Armstrong 222 Stereo Amplifier. This is a Valve(Tube) British made amplifier, dating from the mid 1960s. It uses 2 x ECL86 tubes, the pentode sections of which are wired in a conventional push-pull circuit, producing 10 watts O/P
The transformer is potted (sealed in with pitch)into a metal can about 2.5"(63mm)square x 2.5" high. Reasonable costs covered.
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