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Classified / Re: WTB: 100s, 200s SUNN Output Transformer 28-2360 (3-60T)
« Last post by Soundmasterg on March 28, 2017, 11:47:49 am »
The Triode power transformers are superior to the originals as it is rated for more current. The original Sunn power transformers from Dynaco were not rated high enough and sometimes failed in time. The Schumacher power transformers were a bit better in that respect.

The original Sunn output transformers, especially the Dynaco ones, were excellent, and many people grabbed Sunns when they were really cheap and used the output transformers for their hi-fi projects, so finding original Sunn output transformers is a long shot. The Triode transformers are excellent quality.

Greg
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Classified / Re: WTB: 100s, 200s SUNN Output Transformer 28-2360 (3-60T)
« Last post by Watson on March 28, 2017, 06:22:32 am »
Yes sir I have!  I plan to use theirs if I cannot find an original. Thx!
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Q & A / Re: Do you recognize this amp model?
« Last post by Isaac on March 27, 2017, 04:50:22 pm »
Controls look right, though, don't they? Not the locations, but the labels.
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Classified / Re: WTB: 100s, 200s SUNN Output Transformer 28-2360 (3-60T)
« Last post by EdBass on March 27, 2017, 04:48:38 pm »
Have you considered the Triode clone tranny?

http://www.triodeelectronics.com/a4dyoutr43oh.html

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Classified / WTB: 100s, 200s SUNN Output Transformer 28-2360 (3-60T)
« Last post by Watson on March 27, 2017, 08:42:30 am »
If anyone has a output transformer for the 100s/200s/Sorado/... they are willing to sell, please let me know.

Thanks!
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Q & A / Re: Do you recognize this amp model?
« Last post by PDXDOOM on March 25, 2017, 09:36:40 pm »
Doesn't look like a Sunn amp at all to me. It just has a Sunn sticker on it from what I can tell. The tolex is all wrong too.
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Q & A / Re: Do you recognize this amp model?
« Last post by loudthud on March 23, 2017, 03:24:21 pm »
Looks somewhat like a Coliseum Bass. Do you have a picture of the back or know how wide it is?
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Q & A / Do you recognize this amp model?
« Last post by luissidd on March 23, 2017, 11:16:41 am »
Hi guys! I was just wondering if you can help me to identify this amp model and if you got any review or experience with it since I'm thinking of buying it.
http://i67.tinypic.com/pwz1h.jpg
http://i64.tinypic.com/2jcyept.jpg
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Q & A / Re: Vintage restoration of 200S
« Last post by GrannyGremlin on March 21, 2017, 12:11:00 pm »
I use just the flimsy stuff you can print at home.  Works great and you can't tell the diff except if up close.  Anything else might be too thick to be held down by existing hardware/screws.
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Q & A / Re: Vintage restoration of 200S
« Last post by Flip Downy on March 20, 2017, 06:31:30 pm »
No not my Sunn on there.  Woulda responded sooner but not a lot of internet at my place.  Now that transparency in mirror is one hell of an idea. .  Its too awesome to mod but just not what I am looking for, it could be very easily but its all original except for the rec tube.  I think I should tune it up before selling though as I have nos original cornell dublier caps that I was given for free and a couple of them are bulging, especially the .047 600V on the PT primary, and at shutdown I can hear the electro's leaking.
So for a transparency would you say it should be flimsy or a small mil plastic/ plexi?  Im not sure of any local place to print it, there are engravers and Im sure I can make it happen.  Anyone have the dimensions for the graphics?  Ill get pics up of this amp in a day or two for sure w/ gut shots too, then you can see that the pinstripe and everything else is completely worn off.  Other than that its surprisingly clean and the grill cloth on the face isn't torn up, a detailed cleaning and changing a few components and she will be so god damn sexy.

If I decide to sell it I will put it up in the classifieds.  I just want to get it looking and sounding good first. 
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