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Old 22nd August 2003, 12:18 AM   #1
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Default A new source for SE output transformers?

I found this while searching around for data on a 6A3 on google:

http://www.tektron-italia.com/tubeam...ubeampcomp.htm

It might not make sense for ppl living in the states but for folks living elsewhere this might be the ticket.
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Old 22nd August 2003, 07:22 AM   #2
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Default A Frenchie source

Hello,

this is an other source for output and power transformers

http://magnetic.com.free.fr/

http://magnetic.com.free.fr/tarifaudio.htm

Very very good transformers, I use these for all my amplifiers. You can see some on my site http://ptsoundlab.free.fr

Prices are in but it's like USD

If you can, try them !

Cordialement.

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Old 22nd August 2003, 08:06 AM   #3
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I've seen Tektron-Italia sell transformers on eBay. Their prices seemed pretty good, even with shipping to the US. I couldn't find too much information on any forums about other people who've used them though.
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Great! It's about time we get a froggie here at diyaudio tubes!!! and get out of your incestuous french speaking audio forums and join the rest of the world...

Good prices for the transformers!!! (The first link)

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Do either of them accept Credit cards or Paypal?
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Hope I did not go to far with the previous post..the french don't really have a sense of humour! Or was it the Germans?

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Hi,

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Or was it the Germans?
Kein Kommentar...

BTW, Magnetic France makes the xformers for Audiomat and Jadis....

Thought I'd let you in on that.

Oh, and while I'm wearing my froggy costume...some obscure French, European winders will beat most US and Japanese xformers hands down.

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Old 23rd August 2003, 12:40 PM   #7
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Magnetic France makes the xformers for Audiomat and Jadis....
Good to know...Now we can buy with confidence...as the Americans are fond of saying..

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PS...not being sarcastic...been looking for good PP el84..and at $38 or so a piece!! Puts the fun back into building!
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Looks like you got away with it Bas

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Default Re: A Frenchie source

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Good prices for the transformers!!! (The first link)

Do either of them accept Credit cards or Paypal?
I'm curious about them too. Do they also speak English?

Frank, Bas?
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Hi Brett,

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Do they also speak English?
You can always try by sending them an e-mail in English.

If that's no good I can translate your correspondence to French for you.

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