Question about Speakers & Subwoofers
My Infinity SSW-210 sub just died and it turns out the toroid transformer died. I need to find a replacement but Harmon who took over Infinity will not help me. The Infinity part number is #499-5950 RevA which is a 130V Center tap. I can't even find it on the web when googling. Does anyone know where I can get one?
I know I need a new one as I can clearly measure 125v going into the transformer but nothing on the output at all. The output is supposed to provide both +65v and -65v.
If you are refering to the DC +- 65 Volts the AC side will be different. What you need to find out is the average loaded AC volts on the secondary side of the transformer.
Below is the link to one of the biggest transformer companies in the world. I go to them all the time for transformers and power supplies for high end audio equipment and especialy for custom design and construction. I am sure they can wind you a new transformer once they know the exact specs you need.
If you do a Google search, there are a fair number of companies that do custom transformer winding.
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
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