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Old 19th July 2011, 06:09 AM   #1
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Default mono amp to a Kef IQ60

Hello. i have bin getting some help, and i will do what they told me to but i just figured that i need a mono amp for my center that i havent used for some time (the TV wasent on the wall so there was no space, but now there is) so is there a good amp kit for this speaker? here is a link to the spc Q SERIES iQ60c
some one sad that chipamp.com is good but he dosent awnser my email :/
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Old 22nd July 2011, 02:56 PM   #2
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so no one can give me a tip ?

i know that some of you here have recomended to others that chipamp.com is a good site to order from. the thing is that they dont awnser to my e-mail so i cant order from them, i think that i want the LM3886 Dual mono kit. what transformer do i need for this kit? and is there ennything els that i need ? like a voltage regulator?


thanks for all the help you are all awsome
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