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Old 11th October 2008, 10:47 AM   #1
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Default Has anyone had experience with these Tripath boards?

See cgi.ebay.com.au/Carte-amplificateur-Audiophonics-TA2024-T-amp-2x15W_W0QQitemZ150302327946QQihZ005QQcategoryZ9337 9QQcmdZViewItem

Can anyone point me to English-language reviews of these 2024 boards?
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The seller also has a nicely stocked shop

I now got two of them up and running. Since it is my first t-amp I can only compare it to my Yamaha-RX and old Dual Amp, but they sure sound nice.
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Default Re: Has anyone had experience with these Tripath boards?

Originally posted by Brisso57
English-language reviews of these 2024 boards?
I have not seen any, but it looks like a pretty typical T-Amp. Better than average input caps, decent pot. The output inductors look like the typical cheap types used on the Sonic Impact and others. OK, but not the best.
Nice connectors, a good row of tank caps. Big heatsink!

This looks like a good choice for DIY T-Amping. Should be easy to work with and sound as good or better than most. Not a bad price, either.

Looks like he also sells them boxed for 59 Euros. Sure a bargain compared to the Trends.

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