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Old 25th June 2013, 07:46 PM   #1
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Default FS/FT: Transformers, Various Case Parts + more (UK)

[20-02-2014] I'm moving in a few months so this all needs to go. 30 now!

I've sold off various bits (shown below) but would like to get rid of it all! The leftovers are mainly case parts and one (slightly) unknown transformer, which at worst would make a delightful doorstop xmas present!

Based on meeting up as I don't think i'll be able to package everything together particularly easily i'll let the 3 cases (Case 1, Case 2, Extrusion 1) and the Transformer go for 50 combined. Would listen to any trades as well.


1 x ???VA 1 x 230V Primary, 2 x 22V Secondaries (USED)
I can't remember the VA of this power supply although it was used on a chipamp and it was definitely over 200VA.
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Case Parts
A bit of background to this, I briefly worked at Isotek Systems and all of the following are from my time there. They were all factory 'seconds' although the marks are in most cases (pun intended!) incredibly minor. Please note that no fixings are included (no feet either) unless otherwise stated. These are not complete and will need some work to make a complete case.

Case 1
Black Shimmer/Glitter effect on the chassis and cover. Heavy duty powder coated steel. The front panel is currently held on by a slightly hacked up rear panel (you can see the cutouts for the plugs) and the rear panel is what should be holding the front on. Black acrylic holds all the connections in place and everything you see in the photos is included. The front panel is ~10mm thick aluminium with a small square cutout in the middle and a recess in the top left for a label. This is a very high quality (and pretty heavy) case and in excellent condition.

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Case 2
This is a bit of a collection;
-1 x steel chassis
-2 x aluminium covers*
-3 x ~5mm aluminium front panels

The covers are in excellent condition (1 has a cutout) but the front panels would need tidying up and there is no rear panel so you would need to make one.
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Extrusion 1
This is a single extrusion (with all screen printing) from the Sirius. Also includes 2 uncut end caps. You would just need to make a cover that slid the length of the extrusion. In excellent condition.
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I'm based in Andover, Hampshire but also spend a lot of time between Swindon & Oxford so can meet up over quite a wide area if needed.




SOLD
2 x 120VA 1 x 230V Primary, 2 x 12V Secondaries (UNUSED)
1 x 300VA 1 x 230V Primary, 2 x 30V Secondaries (UNUSED)
1 x 250VA 2 x 115V Primaries, 2 x 25V Secondaries (UNUSED)

12V 120VA Transformer - 16ea (was 20ea)
30V 300VA Transformer - 25 (was 32)
25V 250VA Transformer - 18 (was 22)

Basic Single Ended Lightspeed Kit
I bought this a few years ago, i'm not sure on the exact spec but it was one of the early kits from Uriah.

1 x Visaton KE 25 SC
Unused, intended for a center speaker project that didn't happen.

Extrusion 2 [SOLD]
Bit of a collection too;
4 x Extrusions
2 x Plain end caps
2 x IEC/fuse cutout end caps

These were used on the earlier models and the current Orion. 3 are in excellent condition with a couple of minor indents (a few mm at most) and 1 is missing some powder coating on one side. Only enough ends to complete 2 although you could easily use them as a template or just use rectangular ends (and maybe a nice perspex lid) for a quirky old school Musical Fidelity-esque design. That or make your own DIY power conditioner (my intention was for some small Class D amps).

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Extrusion 2 sold, everything else still available.
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Man, I have to say, that re-purpose of the front and back panels of the first case is brilliant...

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Concerning the lightspeed kit, is matching of the LDR's required?
Any additional info perhaps?
What trades would you be looking for?
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