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Need output trans part number for Fisher X-100 integrated? [message #9569] Wed, 01 March 2006 16:54 Go to next message
Norris Wilson  is currently offline Norris Wilson
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Grand Master
Hi everyone,

I was given some small output transformers a few years ago. I was told they were from a Fisher reciever that used 7891 output tubes, but they did not know which model.

I have looked on ePay at the pictures of a Fisher X-100 reciever.
And the transformers that I have, appear to look close to those.

The part number on the output transformers that I have is T-799-116.

I hope someone who knows Fisher equipment, or who has a parts list of the Fisher X-100. Can help me to identify these output transformers?

I was hoping that these transformers could be used for a PP 6AQ5/6005 amplifier.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Norris Wilson

Re: Need output trans part number for Fisher X-100 integrated? [message #9570 is a reply to message #9569 ] Wed, 01 March 2006 17:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Manualblock  is currently offline Manualblock
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Why not e-mail Al Pugliesi; The Fisher Doctor. He would definately know and he's a friendly guy.

Thanks manualblock (nt) [message #9571 is a reply to message #9570 ] Wed, 01 March 2006 21:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Norris Wilson  is currently offline Norris Wilson
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The x100 is an integrated amplifier [message #9611 is a reply to message #9569 ] Mon, 27 March 2006 10:34 Go to previous message
marc-homeslice  is currently offline marc-homeslice
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It has no tuning section, hence it's not a reciver. It also runs 6BQ5/EL84 tubes in the output stage -- What you prob. have are trannies from an x100-b or c - or other - slightly later integrated amp and they, i'm nearly certain, run quads of 7591s (many, many Fisher, Scott, Sherwood, etc. run 7591's).

Re: Al, he's a busy guy and while a nice fella, i wouldn't hold my breath waiting for a response -- if i were you, go to the vintage section of audio asylum and keep an eye out or ping jimmydee or smglaw (two very knowledgable Fisher guys) and see if you turn up anything.

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