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Old 5th April 2004, 07:11 AM   #1
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We can adjust the performance of the amplifier of chip through reducing the voltage , And can bring a lot of advantages.For example we choose upgrade devices,base on the premise that performance is very good, the fabrication cost will not be very high,We can supply power with the battery etc.

But the low-voltage chip circuit has deficiencies,output power will be reduced. We had once compared a soz(class-a 2x10w) and a 3886IGC (2x30w)with 8 ohm load.Feel that the output power of soz is greater.

This is a high sensitivity loudspeaker that I made for 3886igc, very small and exquisite.2way closed design.use 12 bit/doc frequency division.Because I like ls3/5a,so make it into her appearance.
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This is another one,I put inside my father's sitting room.
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