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FOR SALE or TRADE: Bryston TF-1 step-up transformer, rarely on sale

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Info: Bryston TF-1 step-up transformer, rarely on sale

Asking Price:
CAD $525.00
Payment method: Cash, Paypal, Money Order, Money Wire, Interac/EMT
Shipping weight: 1.00 (kg) Calculate Shipping
Condition: 8 - Very good (?)
Date Posted: Aug 03, 17 8:30am (PST)
Edited: Oct 12, 17 7:50am
About Seller: rogingat
Gatineau, QC
Canada
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Product Brand: Bryston
Product Model: TF-1 MC Transformer
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This is an excellent product with a great reputation. You won't find anything that sounds this good in this price range. Also Bryston made this very heavy duty. The TF-1 comes as standard set for high gain (22.5 dB), for use with low impedance moving coil cartridges in the range of 5-35 ohms. It may be changed to lower gain (16,5 dB) for use with cartridges in the range 40-250 ohms. Frequency response : 5Hz to 30kHz less than +/- 0.5 dB 1Hz to 50 kHz less than +/- 3 dB Input sensitivity : 350uV (0.35mV) Distortion : less than 0.005% IM or THD, any frequency or combination of frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz at rated output Rated noise: -80 dB referred to an input of 0.35 mV RMS @ 1kHz Gain: 16.5 dB or 22.5 dB (internally changeable) . Weight : 1.5 kg , 3.2 lbs

Arthur Salvatore wrote that the Mitchell Cotter (which was identical to the original Bryston step-up) was the finest moving-coil transformers ever made at one time. Bryston claims that the TF-1 is significantly better than the original Mitchell Cotter/Bryston model. Of course that was years ago but it's still a great performer.



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