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ze froggy 19th June 2013 07:10 PM

nxv300 R2 kit modification.
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hello anthony,
just a little post to show you a modification to simplify
the trim of the idle current. i do this on my 6 modules .
my next modification is to reduce the amp gain to 26db.
in your opinion, should i reduce R24 (33k) or put a pad
on the bal input of the module?
i use four of them with a Minidsp 2X4 bal modul to built a
stereo 2 ways active, powered with 2 SMPS 2x72V 800W.
sound great, very low noise, good dynamics, very happy
with your amp .
thank's from France.
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The Saint 19th June 2013 11:53 PM

Hi Manu

To reduce the gain just change R24 to 18k ohm 0805 for 26db gain
Great to hear you like the sound quality of the nxV300 R2 modules.:D

Post some photos of your amplifiers?



ze froggy 20th June 2013 08:16 PM

thanks for your reply,
will replace R24 with a 18Kohm, it"s more simply.
what do you think about the idle trim modification?
the first time i try to bias the current, i turn slowly cw
the pot, reading the voltage accros a 10 Ohm in the
PS rail, read 0v, 0v.....0v( middle position),continu to turn
0v, suddenly "over" on the voltmeter(2v range) approx at 3/4
of trim position.very difficult to reach 1v with a very small
debatement of the pot.
do this with 2 modules and read the value for a correct current
(approx 50ma per transistor)=around 105 Ohm.
so decide to transform the bias circuit for more easilly and accurate
the four modules are assembly on a cooling tunnel with a
thermally controled fan, and a switch off of the PSU over 90degresC.
i"ll post photos soon.

ze froggy 25th June 2013 08:27 PM

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some photos :
the modules on the heatsink!

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