Is Marstran 1203-80 PT a lay-down or stand-up transformer?

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Is Marstran 1203-80 PT a lay-down or stand-up transformer?

Postby Zen Guitar » Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:32 am

Is the Marstran 1203-80 PT available as both a lay-down and a stand-up transformer?

If not, which is it (lay-down or stand-up)?

I'm looking to purchase a '69 chassis and am needing to know, as I'd like to pair with the Marstran 1202-132 and 1203-80, and also the 3H choke.

Thanks!
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Re: Is Marstran 1203-80 PT a lay-down or stand-up transforme

Postby Roe » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:10 am

its typically a lay-down. but ask brian whether he can sell it or the t2562 as a stand up
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Re: Is Marstran 1203-80 PT a lay-down or stand-up transforme

Postby Brian Wallace » Mon Oct 17, 2011 7:28 am

The T2562 can go either way but the 1203-80 is a lay down PT.
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