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Old 4th December 2009, 02:49 AM   #1
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Default Built mini-A power amplifier A20

The mini-A power amplifier system design concepts:

1)It is a small volume to achieve ultimate design, the internal installation of the mini-A 416W transformer and capacity of up to 17W6UF capacitance ,each sound channel using two pairs of ON-current output, fully can be defined as "small hot hatch" .

2)-compatible for easy expandability you DIY Interface , such as the reserve balance of input and modular post-and pre-grade circuit boards, these designs will greatly expanded-- if it is HIFIDIY future finished AUNE goods, we will get rid of the extension interface!

3) providing a good driving force and balanced tone, can drive the vast majority of speakers

4) The overall design of Fe-Al chassis to ensure better heat dissipation throughout the machine where there is more than just good solid nature of

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Old 13th January 2010, 09:25 PM   #2
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So this is basically a modified Krell KSA50?
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