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sonnya 15th March 2012 03:13 PM

HPA-nxV101 Signature
 
:cool:

The looks is ... i lost my breath.....

The Saint 15th March 2012 10:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sonnya (Post 2946913)
:cool:

The looks is ... i lost my breath.....

Hi Sonnya

Thanks for the complement :D
I am very happy you like it.

http://www.aussieamplifiers.com/nxv101_2_1.jpg

http://www.aussieamplifiers.com/nxv101%20115_1.JPG

110 Watts RMS continuous sine wave into 8 Ω
180 Watts RMS continuous sine wave into 4 Ω
Biased into Class A/B
Power Bandwidth 3.5hz to 600khz -3dB
Slew Rate = 80v / microsec approximately
Dampening Factor At 100hz 8Ω = 800
Dampening Factor At 1khz 8Ω = 650
Dampening Factor At 10khz 8Ω = 250
RCA Single ended Input impedance 33kΩ
Single Ended Input Gain = 30.6dB
THD+N @ 1khz 0.0045%
THD+N @ 10khz 0.009%
SNR -105dB
Recommended Linear Voltage Supply +-50 volts DC

Cheers

Anthony
Aussie Amplifiers

tinitus 11th May 2012 06:59 AM

been watching too :rolleyes:

supernet 12th May 2012 11:00 AM

Looks nice :)


It is possible to attach THD harmonic components graph?

The Saint 13th May 2012 02:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by supernet (Post 3020742)
Looks nice :)


It is possible to attach THD harmonic components graph?

Hi Supernet

I don't have the capability to produce the kind of graphs that an audio precision analyzer can do, but I might be able to output a basic frequency spectrum graph from my tektronics digital CRO if that would help?

Cheers

Anthony:)

supernet 13th May 2012 10:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Saint (Post 3021433)
...but I might be able to output a basic frequency spectrum graph from my tektronics digital CRO if that would help?


That would be OK :cool:

Sadface 25th July 2012 12:35 AM

Am I correct in thinking that the power supply is integrated onto the circuit board and thus all that would be required would be a suitable transformer?

The Saint 25th July 2012 12:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sadface (Post 3103463)
Am I correct in thinking that the power supply is integrated onto the circuit board and thus all that would be required would be a suitable transformer?

Hi Sadface

Yes the power supply is built in to the main PCB and all that is required
is a power transformer to power it and a suitable heat sink to mount it on.
The recommended power transformer is 300VA toroidal core with 2 x 35VAC secondary windings.

The recommended heat sink would be a Conrad MF25-50 or something of similar
surface area.

I hope this helps

Cheers

Anthony:)

The Saint 25th July 2012 01:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sadface (Post 3103513)
Am I correct in thinking that the power supply is build onto the board for these and thus they would only require a suitable transformer etc for setup?

Correct, see above post for more info.

Cheers

Anthony

Sadface 28th July 2012 01:28 AM

Are you able to supply the appropriate transformers and heatsinks?
If so what would be the cost?

Many Thanks
Duncan Vella


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