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Old 4th January 2006, 05:10 AM   #1
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Default Wanted.60V toroidal transformer

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I'm looking for one or two toroidal transformer . 117V primary and 60-0,60-0 dual secondaries.
I need 160VA or if some one has 120VA or les I would be intrested on two pices .
Please if you know for good price good quallity transformer let me know .
I want to use these for Aleph 1.7 preamp.
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Old 4th January 2006, 06:43 AM   #2
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You need 160 watts for a PRE AMP?

These are overkill for your preamp but I dunno what you are doing so 'll post their availability Justin Case.

I have some NIB 600 VA toroids that have pri-sec shielding and are 60V, 60V with two 120 volt primaries to allow 240 volt operation as well as 120 volt. One of these will cost you $100 CDN. Contact me by PM if interested. Not far to fetch. 1-1/4 hr's drive NW of Toronto.
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Old 4th January 2006, 03:53 PM   #3
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I wandered out to the warehouse last night and had a look at these toroids. My memory was a bit off but. I was close. I'd forgotten to mention an additional output winding. I was mistaken in that both secondary windings are center tapped. Here are the actual specs.

600 VA
120 Volt @ 3 amp primary
120 volt @ 3 amp primary
--------shield----------
56.5 - 0 - 56.5 volt (113 volt C.T.) @ 5 amp secondary
98 - 0 - 98 volt (196 volt C.T.) @ 100 mA secondary

3" thick X 5" diameter

I bought a few of these to use as power transformers for experimental development of PSET and OTL audio amps employing many 6080 dual triodes. I was going to use the 113 volt, 5 amp secondary as the mains primary winding and the two 120 volt primary windings as B+ in the case of the PSET and B+ and minus HV supplies for the OTL amp.

As stated I am willing to part with one unit for the quoted price. No shipping. Pickup only.
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Old 4th January 2006, 06:34 PM   #4
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HI
You all right 600VA is overkill ,I'm looking for 160VA for two chanel or two 80- 100VA for each chanel.
Unfortunatly your transformer for preamp is not the best.
Thanks any way .
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