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Old 1st May 2012, 04:17 AM   #1
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All the configurations have been described in this thread: Kit arrived

I would say that the bridged setup is best sounding, however you will need balanced source. If balanced source is not available, one might consider using transformer for unbalanced to balanced conversion: Commercial Gainclone kit- building instructions

My next choice would be stereo configuration and the last would be parallel. With parallel, there is a slight loss of resolution and immediacy, but depending on a system, it may not be noticeable at all. The advantage is much more current output, especially when we deal with difficult loads.
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OK, thanks Peter - I didn't expect a reply as I thought I found the answers under the chip-amps section and deleted the post, but you have provided some more excellent info that I was not aware of.
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All the configurations have been described in this thread: Kit arrived

I would say that the bridged setup is best sounding, however you will need balanced source. If balanced source is not available, one might consider using transformer for unbalanced to balanced conversion: Commercial Gainclone kit- building instructions

My next choice would be stereo configuration and the last would be parallel. With parallel, there is a slight loss of resolution and immediacy, but depending on a system, it may not be noticeable at all. The advantage is much more current output, especially when we deal with difficult loads.
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