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Old 10th September 2004, 08:51 AM   #1
moomoo is offline moomoo  Canada
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Default FS: 4x Hammond 373BX transformers, 2x Goldpoint attenuators (MH-SA-25k), and more

I have four Hammond 373BX transformers (universal primary, 700VCT @ 175mA DC + 5VCT @ 3A + 6.3VCT @ 5A secondaries) for sale. They're new, as in still in their boxes. partsconnexion lists them at $84 US a piece, so I think $75 would be a fair price to ask.

Also I've got two (well, 3 actually, but I'm hoping to find some use for the third. can be easily persuaded to sell it though ) stereo shunt Goldpoint attenuators with 25k of input resistance. By the way, with a pair of external 25k resistors one such attenuator can be configured to work with a balanced stereo signal in the most proper fashion possible---as a U-pad. These are new as well, sitting in them little plastic tubes. Asking $125/piece.

I also have over a dozen of unused Hammond 156R chokes---the 1.5H/156 ohm kind (open). $8 a pop?

Several dozens of 24k and 47k 5W Kiwame resistors (the large green ones). Make me an offer if you care.

I have more stuff that I'll list in the next few days. Anyone fancy a Sound Technology 1701A w/ option 003 and full documentation?

(In case anyone's wondering which truck this stuff all fell off of, these are bits and pieces of a tube monoblock project that wasn't meant to be. Books and tuition be damned.)
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Old 8th November 2004, 04:23 AM   #2
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Default Attenuators still available?

I am not sure if these will be compatible with the Aleph 3 that a friend and I am building, but was just checking on if you still had them and the prices for US shipping to Salt Lake City.
We are planning on buildling a tube linestage and to use something similar to the Goldpoints.
PM me, since I could not PM you.
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Old 10th November 2004, 05:51 AM   #3
moomoo is offline moomoo  Canada
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as far as I can tell, PMs are disabled on this board. it also tells me that I cannot be emailed to, though I haven't prohibited that.

in any case, 250 + 10 for shipping would do it. if you decide to buy them, send me an email at goldpt-sale@nameless.ca and it'll reach me.
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