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Jack Graves 30th January 2012 10:22 PM

McIntosh MC-2105 Amplifier
 
I am in need of an audio output transformer for a MC-2105 MCIntosh Amplifier. If anyone can help with with this part and a schematic diagram of this model I would appreciate it very much! Thank You

wintermute 31st January 2012 07:14 PM

Hi Jack and welcome. I've moved your thread to the solid state forum as I think it will get more exposure there. I googled and your amp came up as solid state, which surprised me as I was expecting with an output transformer it to be a tube amp.

Tony.

djk 5th February 2012 07:35 AM

Why do you think an output autoformer is bad?

Usually the power transformer develops a short in the 6.3V lamp windings.


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