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FS: two pairs of Bogen MO-200 output transformers

deicide67

Member
2008-08-20 9:42 pm
Hi Guys,

I've recently stumbled across something simpler that caught my eye, so I am going to abort this project.

I need to keep the power transformers for the new project, so I only have the output iron for sale now.

These had very good specs:

Bogen MO-200 Specifications

Everyone swears they are 2.1K, but I've tried testing at 20-15khz and I get roughly 5K at all freq.

Asking $175/pr including shipping. They are not light so take this into consideration.

Thanks,

Blair
 

deicide67

Member
2008-08-20 9:42 pm
Hi, the transformers came from the same two amps. I still believe it has something to do with the laminate orientation. Each transformer had a quad of 8417 tubes, so I cannot SE as to why one would be different from an electrical perspective considering he wanted the two outputs to sum into a load. Different electrical properties would cause issues if you tried to sum them.

Blair
 

deicide67

Member
2008-08-20 9:42 pm
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