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Old 21st May 2013, 03:01 PM   #1
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Default 900VA Toroids for high power amps

I have 3-4 900VA Toroids that have 2 secondaries; 58-0-58 AND 65-0-65vac.

These are unused surpluses from the Mackie 1400 power amp. Which is rated for 250w/rms 8 ohms or 300w at clipping 8 ohms.

$59 each plus shipping.

Mackie used the 58-0-58 taps with the output stage, but if you wanted more power, i.e. 315 watts rms or 400 watts at clipping, you could use the 65-0-65vac taps...

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