Visual identification of different S&B TX102 versions

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aleph

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How do you visually identify whether you have the Mk  I, II or III versions of the copper TX-102's?

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Visual identification of different S&B TX102 versions
« Reply #1 on: 3 Jul 2004, 01:40 am »
Hello!

Unfortunately it is a bit cryptic... I am going to talk to s&b about marking these things....

If you have the lowest tap as 46db and 19 taps total then it is a MK I. A few MK II's also have only 19 taps but most all have 23 taps

If it was bought in the last few months it is a MK III

All else is MK II

I can tell right away when i measure them here but I know that only works if you have test gear!

Post a description of what you have and it's history and I'll get to the bottom of it for you.

Thansk!

John

aleph

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Visual identification of different S&B TX102 versions
« Reply #2 on: 3 Jul 2004, 06:56 am »
Hi,

I haven't got any. I was planning to check out someone who may have a unit and wanted to know how to verify what they were.

Your explanation will help a lot (you're right. no test gear here ;-).

Thank you.