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Old 21st March 2007, 09:59 PM   #1
Mike K2 is offline Mike K2  United States
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Transformers in HH Scott amps are called out by numbers like TRA-8-5, TRA-8-5-1 etc. Do these numbers mean anything in terms of capacity or were they just unique identifiers for the company's use? I would like to know if any substitutions are possible, but being a newbie I am confused by these numbers.
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You might want to visit www.hhscott.com and ask the same question.
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