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S&B TX-102 Transformers/Nichicon Caps FOR SALE

kuribo

Member
2002-01-13 9:19 am
Following for sale:

(4) NICHICON Gold Tune 15,000 100V KG(M) caps. Never Used. $150

(2) NICHICON Super Through 15,000 50V KG(M) caps. Never Used. $50

(2) S&B TX-102 transformers. I am not sure which version they are but know they are copper and not the MIII. Probably MI or MII. Used to make passive attentuators. They have never been used. No longer made. $OLD

Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees. Ships from US.
 
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Following for sale:

(4) NICHICON Gold Tune 15,000 100V KG(M) caps. Never Used. $150 $41,95 Michael Percy Audio USA

(2) NICHICON Super Through 15,000 50V KG(M) caps. Never Used. $50 63V $23,95 Michael Percy Audio USA

(2) S&B TX-102 transformers. I am not sure which version they are but know they are copper and not the MIII. Probably MI or MII. Used to make passive attentuators. They have never been used. No longer available. $400

Buyer pays shipping and paypal fees. Ships from US.

Your prices are a little bit expensives:mad:
 

kuribo

Member
2002-01-13 9:19 am
4 x 41.95 = 167.80 or $17.80 more than what I am asking.

2 x $31 (which is what I remember paying Micheal Percy) = $62 or $12 more than what I paid Micheal Percy

These are new, in the original bag at 10% less than Micheal Percy. So how exactly do you figure they are expensive?