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Thread: Step Up Transformer recommendations for a Denon DL-103

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    Quote Originally Posted by CageyH View Post
    Those are output transformers used in the line output circuitry of EMT CD players.

    What you need are transformers designed for microphones (moving coil or ribbon) or specifically moving-coil cartridges. However as whatever it is you have works well for you, I wouldn't worry about it.
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    Apparently they date from the early 70's, They sound fine to me, but they are just not what I was expecting to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I use a pair of Haufe T-7883 step up transformers. They are designed for a source impedance of 40Ohm and have a step-up ratio of 10:1, so are perfect to use with the Denon 103.
    Hi - do you have a photo of these?

    And from where did you get them?

    (Thanks).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jusbe View Post
    Hi - do you have a photo of these?

    And from where did you get them?

    (Thanks).
    You can purchase these directly from Haufe, but you need to bank wire them the money.
    Current equipment: Cornscalas - Quicksilver Horn Monos - Technics 1210 M5G with Zu Denon 103R cartride and Haufe SUT.

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