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2/14/2001 9:56 AM
Kremator
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2x6L6PP amp
Hi,  
 
what PT and OT would you suggest for an amp like that to make it sound like a mesa 50/50 and as small as possible to fit into a 2U rack enclosure? Voltages,current ratings,impedances,core sizes,critical frequency response,interleaving,...  
 
any info welcome  
 
K.
 
2/14/2001 4:56 PM
Bruce
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Sorry oldman, but I think your going to need way more then an OT and PT with MB type specs to make an amp that sounds like a 50/50!  
 
My gut feeling is there is no way to answer that with any meaningful info as there is so MUCH MORE to it.  
 
Bruce
 
 
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2/14/2001 7:45 PM
Kremator
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I know, but this was given as an example. I need specs for the xformers to make them as amall as possible. I'm not searching for the sound.  
 
PT must have enough power to feed both channells, and i'm interrested in the OT primary impedance.  
 
The question was wrongly asked.  
 
K.
 
2/14/2001 7:48 PM
Kremator
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May i ask what?  
 
Quality tubes and parts are a must. I can't think of anything else.  
 
K.
 
2/15/2001 4:48 AM
Bruce
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Have you visited the Hammond transformer website for a look around?  
 
Bruce
 
2/15/2001 6:19 PM
Kremator
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There are always problems with international payments and shipping. That's why i'm asking. A 50W OT will cost me under 30$, if i'll let it manufacture here.  
 
K.
 
2/15/2001 2:48 PM
dpcoyle
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Try Plitron, too, although their shipping is weird, lately.  
 
Dan
 
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