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Old 28th September 2008, 11:45 PM   #1
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Default Sowter's Radford transformer

Hi everyone, my first post after a lot reading this forum. I've done a search and it seems that Sowter are considered very good, but has anyone had experience of the Sowter output transformer for the Radford STA25? I'm thinking of making a STA25 clone but utilising modern components and a few mods.

In the past I've restored and owned Radford STA12, STA15 & STA25; Quads and various Leaks. I'm self taught in electronics but qualified as a Physicist.

Grateful for any thoughts and comments.
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