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Old 19th June 2001, 06:28 AM   #1
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Can someone give some numbers based on measurements
or experience as to what is the typical frequency
response of a toroidal power transformer of the
"smallish" type, say 30VA or 50VA type?
I thought they may make a good interstage
transformer for audio.
I know they can't pass dc though.

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Old 19th June 2001, 10:40 AM   #2
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Never run any measurements, but it just sounds real shitty to me. *Real* audio trannies don't cost an arm and a leg any more. Try secondhand if it has to be real cheap.

I like Lundahls,

Btw, EI core don't pass DC either!
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