Andrewbee said:Its not shaped like an "R". the shape is somewhat / kind of/ somewhat like a rectangle but with rounded ends. The "R" stands for racecourse as in horse racing, that is what they use to describe the shape. If you go the link Planet 10 posted you will see them. I bought a pair of the single end RW-20's soon after they first came out.
Hi Hans,tubetvr said:Hi,
What are the advantages, (from an users perspective) with using a R-core transformer compared to a C-core? For me they look very similar although I can understand that there are advantages from a mass production perspective i.e. no need to cut the core, polishing the ends and clamp the whole thing together.
jcarr said:>Hello Jonathan, I am aware of all that information in your post.<
As it is, writing a response to your question appears to have been a total waste of time. I will try not to make that mistake again in the future.
Steven said:R-core in Europe (also O-core):