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    push pull amp that uses a 260 0 260 HV transformers?

    Hi All,
    An amp parts blog has a set of Heyboer transformers for sale for reasonable price. The PT has a 260-0-260 HV winding. Ive searched and searched but most push pull amp schematics ive seen use at least 300-0-300, most higher than that. Is there a classic (60's 70's) amp that uses HV winding this low v?
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    Googling around seems like that transformer is common for Trainwreck Rocket builds.

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    Cool, thanks G! Mind if I ask how did you phrase your search? I couldn't get anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikepukmel View Post
    Cool, thanks G! Mind if I ask how did you phrase your search? I couldn't get anything.
    "Heyboer 260-0-260" found some threads talking about Rocket builds, which I didn't even know what that was, so then did "Heyboer Trainwreck Rocket."

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    Quote Originally Posted by glebert View Post
    "Heyboer 260-0-260" found some threads talking about Rocket builds, which I didn't even know what that was, so then did "Heyboer Trainwreck Rocket."
    Thanks this is way cool. Always wanted to build one of the trainwreck clones. Its about to amplifier again!

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