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Jensen JE-6110K-B Line Bridging Step Down Transformer 4:1 Quad Eight API

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This is a vintage transformer from the early 80's.  Working condition.  This listing is for one.  Please check my other listings of you would like 2.  Please contact me if you would like a different quantity than that, I can make a custom listing for you with the desired quantity.  I have more in stock.  The current version of the JE-6110K-B sells for $89.99 each.

4:1 Stepdown for "Balanced Bridging" Inputs

This transformer is designed for use in wide band line input stages. The secondary source impedance of only 87 Ohm is an excellent match to ultra-low noise amplifiers. The primary is fully balanced and its leads may be reversed to invert polarity, if required. A 30 dB magnetic shield package is standard.


  • Our highest level handling input transformer
  • Wide bandwidth: -3 dB at 0.15 Hz and 120 kHz
  • Recommended for levels up to +26 dBu at 20 Hz
  • High input impedance: 37.5 k Ohm
  • High common-mode rejection: 130 dB at 60 Hz

Product Specs

Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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