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56oval 21st September 2010 09:45 AM

Naska
 
Hi Hugh
How have you been ,good I hope .
Is there a mono version of the Naska modules .

Cheers

Mal

AKSA 22nd September 2010 07:33 AM

Hi Mal,

Nice to see you here!!

You can cut up the pcb to make modules, but then you have to make your own power supplies!! It is a fallacy to assume a monobloc will always sound better; it depends entirely on the topology. The NAKSA is made as monobloc amps electrically anyway!

Hope this answers your question!

Hugh

56oval 22nd September 2010 02:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AKSA (Post 2310741)
Hi Mal,

Nice to see you here!!

You can cut up the pcb to make modules, but then you have to make your own power supplies!! It is a fallacy to assume a monobloc will always sound better; it depends entirely on the topology. The NAKSA is made as monobloc amps electrically anyway!

Hope this answers your question!

Hugh

Hi Hugh
I'm after mono's easier to place in the room with the other amps.

Cheers

andyr 23rd September 2010 02:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 56oval (Post 2310995)

I'm after mono's easier to place in the room with the other amps.

Cheers

Then you can use LifeForce (mono) modules instead. :)

Regards,

Andy

AKSA 23rd September 2010 08:13 AM

Mal,

I will soon have a 100W version of the NAKSA 70 (note spelling!) which will have this full mono construction, with separate power supply, module boards, and heatsinks.

I think this will answer your need?

Hugh

56oval 23rd September 2010 12:37 PM

Sorry about the spelling mistake . Naksa
The 100watter sounds good ,I'll be looking at the amp to run the 15" PHL's with SET's running the 10" ,6.5" and Raven R1 .

Cheers

AKSA 24th September 2010 09:43 AM

Mal,

I look forward to showing you the modules when all done. This, like the NAKSA 70, will be a corker of an amp......

Cheers,

Hugh


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