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Old 22nd November 2009, 12:39 AM   #1
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Default Un-assembled PCB kit for the HPA-LSP400se amplifier now available.

The HPA-LSP400se amplifier module has been discontinued as an assembled module.
However I have decided to release the un-assembled PCBs for this amplifier.
They are available from my web site Online Shop for $39.00AUD + $5.00 postage worldwide.
The PCBs come with the schematic and Bill of Materials so you can build one of these amplifiers yourself.

Further enquiries are welcome...
Or you can look learn more about this amplifier module on my web site.


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Old 23rd November 2009, 11:04 AM   #2
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Default Read the review!

A review was done by TNT Audio early this year
for the LSP400se amplifier module.

Here is a link so you can have a read for yourself.
Also have a look in the web site Gallery for the customers that build
some stereo amplifiers and mono blocks from these modules.

Aussie Amplifiers NX400 amp module - Review [English]

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Old 12th December 2009, 12:47 AM   #3
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Default Short Form nxV200se and nxLSP400se Kits now available!

We now have made available the popular nxV200se and the nxLSP400se
modules in a short form kit.

The LSP400se is available now as a short form kit
comprising of the PCB, All of the needed transistors, the protection relay, schematic and bill of materials.

The nxV200se is now available in two forms.
The first comprises all of the SMD devices pre-installed
on the main PCB with no other componets supplied.
The output stage transistors and supply de-coupling and feedback caps
would be supplied by the user.

The second option is the same as described above only the remaining components are supplied with the main PCB but not installed.

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Old 22nd April 2011, 01:26 AM   #4
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