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Old 3rd November 2004, 06:29 PM   #1
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Default GC VS classD


Sorry, It`a doublepost but on classD forum, I get no answer.

I`ll build an amplifier for my friend and wonder witch one could be the better

I already build an GC (20Watts version) but my friend would like more power and I propose him a bridged version using 2 56Watts chips for about 100Watts of power

After thinking a bit, class D come to mine.

I never hear a classD amp (exect some cheap sub)

Is there anybody that have made direct comparaison?

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