Best Toroidal Transformers
Reviewed by: David Church
02 December 2014
Having fully rated specifications, Vigortronix are the best value transformers on the market and, with Rapid's price and service, an unmissable choice.
Reviewed by: Terry Leese
02 June 2014
Being used as part of a audio system DAC linear power supply.
Doing exactly what I wanted it to do.
Clear information available for wiring set up.
Quality and value
Reviewed by: Tony Thompson
28 April 2014
The transformer is heavily built and therefore a weighty item, always a good sign of quality with a transformer. When compared with other companies, this was excellent value for money. I have not as yet tested the transformer as it is part of an ongoing hi-fi amplifier project but I have every confidence it will prove to work very well.
Excellent value and good service
Reviewed by: H Brunt
15 January 2014
This small and compact toroidal transformer was perfect for my small small guitar amplifier project. It seems to be good quality and very good value and the delivery was rapid and reliable.
Lots of Power
Reviewed by: Ivan
22 July 2013
Lots of power for 1 x 40w Class A amplifier, and silence too. I used 2 of these for making a Copy of the vell known Nelson Pass amp, and 100 Samwha HC 3300uF 50 V capasitors. OH what a power supply.
Reviewed by: Ivan Axelsen
26 March 2012
This is realy a special offer, because in Norway I have to pay 105 BPS.
fore the same product. so I have allredy bought 2 pices, just in case.
Reviewed by: A. Wright
10 June 2011
These transformers are excellent value for money. I bought one to fix an audio amplifier - 160VA 2x25V - and it worked great. The output voltage was quite stable, if a little higher than specified (around 27-28 volts measured with my true RMS meter). It came with a mounting kit including a nut and bolt (about 5mm diameter with 10mm hexagonal head), two pieces of foam to sandwich the tranny, presumably to damp vibrations, a metal plate to go on top, two normal washers and a springy washer. It came with no instructions but I guessed that you were supposed to put the bolt with a washer through the case, then a piece of foam, then the transformer, another piece of foam, the metal ring, the springy washer and then the nut. That leaves one washer unused, so Ive probably done something wrong but it seems to hold.