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e_fortier 19th September 2008 03:14 AM

Tripath TA2020
 
Hi,

As anyone try these, at 58 USD including shipping seems good.

Same IC as the AMP6, kinda wonder if it sounds the same...

The output coils looks pretty nice :)


E-Bay link

Regards,
Eric

Pano 19th September 2008 03:26 AM

Looks like a nice board. Good options on it, too. Easy to swap input caps if you wanted to, and it has the DC offset trimmers.

You'll want a heatsinnk on the chip, though.

hoka 19th September 2008 10:06 AM

I'm bidding on one

Heatsink is hardly necessary on a 2020

TheDealer 19th September 2008 10:07 PM

I am very inquisitive how it would sound compared to the Charlize Amp... both use the TA 2020 chip. I have to admit that I havent got till the possibility to check up the charlize. From that what I read about it, the charlize must be one of the best sounding tripaths ...

hoka 19th September 2008 11:11 PM

charlize is hard to beat I have about 7 different amps but I end up listening to her most of the time

Pano 20th September 2008 05:01 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by hoka
Heatsink is hardly necessary on a 2020
Sure - if you never use it. :D

p-macaudio 4th March 2009 04:43 AM

Heat Sink On Tripath ta 2020 Chip T amp
 
A small heat sink is recommended on Tripath 2020 based amps. The only exception is if you only run it at 12v or below, and at low to moderate volumes. But why take the chance? When you're not there, someone is going to crank the amp so it makes sense to have a simple heat sink, even if it is just a small piece of angle aluminum available at any hardware store or hobby shop.


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