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Chips amps for driving ESL's ???
Chips amps for driving ESL's ???
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Old 12th February 2011, 09:14 PM   #1
glorocks is offline glorocks  United States
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Default Chips amps for driving ESL's ???

I'd like to start a new thread to talk about using 3883's to drive ESL's. I'm thinking about bridging a pair of them to get the output voltage up.
Anybody tried this or have any thoughts?

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