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Transformer - Output, 8 W

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SKU: P-T291
Item ID: 003558
Price: $17.95
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Specifications
Output 8 W
Primary Impedance 4,000 to 9,000 Ω
Mounting Centers 2.375"
Weight 0.7 lbs

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Specification

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Wiring Diagram
UPC/EAN: 841358109720

RoHS Compliant

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5.00 out of 5 based on 13 reviews

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Had a 1942 Zenith 8S661 with one side of the primary winding of the output transformer open. This Hammond dropped right in - electrically and mechanically. It's the real deal for any 6F6 Push-Pull amp!

- November 14th, 2019
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5 out of 5

When restoring antique radios you occasionally discover defective output transormer. Usually the primary winding. So happy that AES supplies universal transformers at an affordable price. The audio is better than expected.

- April 1st, 2019
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5 out of 5

Looks like a new supply of these, better build, with better output posts. Sounds great in small push pull triode amplifiers like the 12B4A and the 6CS7.

- March 5th, 2019
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5 out of 5

Used this output transformer in a Philco 41-629 receiver. It works fine!

- September 1st, 2018
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5 out of 5

Used this output transformer in a Philco 41-629 receiver. It works fine!

- September 1st, 2018
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5 out of 5

Very fast shipping great service

- August 29th, 2018
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5 out of 5

Very fast shipping great service

- August 29th, 2018
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5 out of 5

Used this product in a Philco 40-185 and it was easy to install and works fine. Reasonably priced.

- February 9th, 2018
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5 out of 5

I bought the Philco as is at an antique radio show, disassembled it and refinished the cabinet. Then I replaced all the capacitors (from AES)and diagnosed an open primary circuit on the output transformer, a common problem on this model. I found a recommendation on the internet for this AES transformer and the electrical specs were close to the original, as far as I could tell from the limited info on the schematic. One blog reported hum and other issues from an impedance mismatch so I was a little skeptical. But it bolted right up to the same holes in the chassis and I wired to C, 1, and 2 on the secondary side and it works PERFECTLY!!! No hum or buz and the radio works every bit as good as I expected (for a 1941 model). I'm no electronics expert, self taught, so needless to say I was ecstatic to hear it play for the first time, maybe in decades. I'm so glad AES has resto products for a guy like me that likes to bring the dead back to life, so to speak. Thanks AES!

- April 21st, 2016
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5 out of 5

I used this product in a 6V6 push pull circuit and it worked great. Has great sound. The multiple taps are a good feature.

- January 24th, 2016

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