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Old 8th December 2009, 07:54 PM   #1
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were can i get mains transformers and output transformers from i no about ebay but that is it
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Old 8th December 2009, 08:48 PM   #2
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It looks that you are new to the game so that Hammond might be good enough for the first few tries. Their website is Hammond Mfg. - Racks & Rack Cabinets, Small Enclosures, Electrical Enclosures, Transformers, Outlet Strips. Google Hammand transformer and you may find some distributors.

When you are ready to upgrade, you will surely know where to buy expensive transformers.
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A very big list, from a very helpful contributor to diyAudio: TransformerSuppliers - diyAudio
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Old 9th December 2009, 12:11 AM   #5
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Heyboer TX in Grand Haven MI. Power and signal. Custom designs, vintage designs( both power and output ), you name it, they can do it. E-I and C-core too. Rebuilds of damaged ones too. Very nice folks to deal with and a very nice payment scheme: the bill arrives with the product; no pay and wait...wait...wait...
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hey-Hey!!!,
Heyboer TX in Grand Haven MI. Power and signal. Custom designs, vintage designs( both power and output ), you name it, they can do it. E-I and C-core too. Rebuilds of damaged ones too. Very nice folks to deal with and a very nice payment scheme: the bill arrives with the product; no pay and wait...wait...wait...
cheers,
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Hey Doug,
Just occurred to me that I should talk to these guys about some c core 5K interstage transformers for my GM70 project. Can you shoot me an email at home address (or via nnetg) with their contact information?

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Hey Doug,
Just occurred to me that I should talk to these guys about some c core 5K interstage transformers for my GM70 project. Can you shoot me an email at home address (or via nnetg) with their contact information?

Tnx
Please excuse my enthusiastic interruption, but according to TransformerSuppliers - diyAudio they are at...

Heyboer Transformers
17382 Hayes St.
Grand Haven, Michigan 49417
Phone: 616-842-5830
url=http://www.heyboertransformers.com
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Just occurred to me that I should talk to these guys about some c core 5K interstage transformers for my GM70 project
What driver tube are you thinking of using Kevin? If you don't mind me asking.
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were can i get mains transformers and output transformers from i no about ebay but that is it
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Nick: Where are you located?

That may have a large impact on your choice of suppliers, especially if you are in a hurry.
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