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PingPing 22nd March 2014 05:42 PM

AKSA 100
 
Hi Hugh, I have an old AKSA 100, and I was wondering if you have any upgrades for it... :)

AKSA 22nd March 2014 09:25 PM

Well, yes, but still waiting on the NAKSA 125, my new module, which will be sold built/tested and which will blow the socks of the AKSA 100!

You in Oz? In particularly, if Melbourne, you can have an audition in a couple of weeks.

Cheers,

Hugh

PingPing 22nd March 2014 11:00 PM

Hi Hugh, sounds excellent, does that mean that the AKSA 100 has become a NAKSA 125...? :)

AKSA 23rd March 2014 12:22 AM

Yes, although the NAKSA is a built, tested module these days so as to guarantee assembly quality. Furthermore there has been a lot of water under the bridge since the AKSA (released 2000!) And the new amps are vastly superior.
Cheers
Hugh

PingPing 23rd March 2014 04:28 AM

Hi Hugh, does that mean that the AKSA100 is not upgradable and I will need to buy the NAKSA125 modules? Nice to hear that they are vastly superior... thanks :)

AKSA 23rd March 2014 04:35 AM

Yes, the pcbs, topology and entire power supply is quite different. Actually, there is an on board power supply on the module for EACH rail, so it's a full on design for ultra quality. Problem I have at present is that I can't get the first batch out of the factory, it's taking too long.

Hugh

PingPing 23rd March 2014 10:23 AM

No worries Hugh, how much are the NAKSA125 modules, can the same heatsink be used, same the same screw holes for the transistors, and are the modules about the same size as the AKSA100... thanks :)

AKSA 23rd March 2014 10:50 AM

Hi PP,

The price will be $AUD1620 for two modules, built/tested/warrantied, with integrated power supplies and each mounted on 300mm x 75mm 0.37 degree/watt heatsinks.

The NAKSAs are the best amps I have ever designed.

Thanks for your inquiries!

Cheers,

Hugh

PingPing 23rd March 2014 07:36 PM

Hi Hugh,will I be able to use the AKSA100 Power Supply... thanks :)

AKSA 23rd March 2014 09:20 PM

Yes, transformer can be reused, but not caps........

Cheers,

Hugh


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