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Old 5th June 2009, 11:56 PM   #41
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Edcor Universal Power Transformer for Tubelab SE
Originally posted by athos56

I've found that they run a few weeks behind, and make much of the web orders as needed. All of my orders came within a month, and its aways been worth the wait.
I've used them in the past and will again in the future, the 3K opts I bought a couple of years ago were insanely good for the money, and very good regardless.
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Old 8th June 2009, 12:12 PM   #42
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Thanks Guys,
I am just waiting for Edcor to get back to me regarding the tx's and chokes.
I am going to post a new thread for UK builders to help locate good suppliers.
I have decided that i will need a better Tube pre and phono stage, so would like recommendations of easy build kits or PCB's. Might as well buy all the bits together, especially if the iron ends up coming from the states.
Thanks for your help
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Old 19th June 2009, 07:35 PM   #43
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Default Well, it pricer than yours but

I thought I'd post it anyway.

The XPWR093 120Vrms, 60Hz. 500V(250-0-250)@300mA, 6.3V(3.15-0-3.15)@7A & 5V@5A $81.21 USD

Would also work for the 45's.
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Yes, that would work just fine. Way overkill on VA though...you could run 2 Tubelab SE's on that thing!
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