FS: Pair Hammond 125ESE single ended output transformers
I have a pair of Hammond 125ESE SE OPTs for sale. I built my 2A3 amp with these, and liked the amp enough to decide to upgrade to better output transformers. The 125ESEs have developed a reputation for being excellent 'beginner' transformers. They're cheap, can be configured for a range of impedances, and sound excellent for the price. You can search through the tube forum here on diyAudio for more information, and here's a test/review that Steve Bench performed on these transformers:
The transformers have been in use for a couple of months, so they're pretty new. All the leads are at their original lengths (minus a few mm where I had to cut them off the soldered ends). I didn't trim any of the unused leads, so you should be able to use this at whatever impedance combination you want. I've spray-painted the transformers a glossy black (flat black + glossy clearcoat). The paint job isn't perfect, but you can easily re-paint them to suit the 'decor' of your amp. These are the perfect output transformers for someone starting out on their first tube amp, or for a cheap/second project.
Specs (taken from the Angela website):
15 Audio Watts, 80mADC, primary tapped at 10K/5K/2.5K, secondaries 4/8/16/32 ohms. Weighs 3.15 pounds, measures approx. 3.5"X2"X3" tall, mounting tabs extend .5" from the bottom edge of the frame, mounts to chassis with two screws, upright mounting open frame constuction.
I paid $62 for these, asking for $40 + actual shipping charges.