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Old 9th July 2019
Here for the gear

HI guys,
i currently got two LI.31267 XL.T1452 vintage green transformers, to replace and test on a new BAE 1272 racked clone, i replace the new green carnhill for the vintage green cans and noticed that the output was much lower, i swaped the capacitor and resitor going from pin ten to 7 and everything was wired like the original BAE was.

My question is, do i need to wire them different to get more output, i'm new to transformer swap and i had a single Original 1272 racked and sounded big and had a grit, so i was hoping to recreate that sound with the BAE.

an other question i have is that both the vintage t1452 had different pins and resistor layout, one had 3 and 4, 7 and 8, and 9 and 10 connected to each other, and the other transformer had just a resistor going from 7 to 10, and 3 and 4 connected, so i wonder what those connection are for what use... any information will help to not only have a more clear wiring clearance but to know what are the purposes or this wiring differences.. thanks.