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Deluxe Electric Mistress


 
4/5/2000 10:00 AM
Liam
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Deluxe Electric Mistress
Hi All,  
 
I've got a re-issue EH Deluxe Electric Mistress (the mains powered jet fighter imitator) which has blown its PT. Does anyone know what voltage they're supposed to run on the secondary? I need to get another transformer.  
 
BTW, if you ever do an outdoor gig through a generator, make sure the power is well filtered, those spikes do your gear no favours!  
 
Liam
 
4/5/2000 4:40 PM
Eric
Hey Liam,  
I've got an original one of those, I suppose I could measure it for you. Or maybe you could convert it to batteries? Eric
 
 
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4/5/2000 4:53 PM
Liam
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Eric,  
 
That would be most excellent if you would. I think it's single ended, so just the RMS coming off the secondary would get me in a position to go shopping. I don't really want to convert it to batteries, I just love all that mains hum!  
 
Liam
 
4/5/2000 6:19 PM
Eric
 
OK, it should be a quick and easy measurement. I'll try to remember to do it tonight...  
Eric
 
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