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Old 27th November 2008, 08:23 PM   #11
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You said that your running the amp 9 from 41 hz. I want to make a 6-8 channel home theater amp but I want the sound quality everyone's goign on about from the super T or trends. Does your amp have this same sound quality? I've seen some posts saying 41hz stuff isn't as good as the others is this true? Help I would like to make a 6 or 8 channel system with perhapse 30watts plus per channel ideally and the same Super T/ trend sound quality any suggestions.
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Old 27th November 2008, 09:32 PM   #12
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41hz kits sound great imo. i think most peoples complaints with 41hz are more about a slight lack of documentation and information that comes with the kits
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Old 28th November 2008, 12:51 AM   #13
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In my opinion the 41Hz kits have better quality than both the trends and super-T on direct comparison. Especially the BASIC versions with shielded inductors instead of wirewound ones have much better soundstage than those two. They also use far better components than either in most places, and as kits you have the choice of putting in even more exotic/matched ones to get an even better result if you like.

I've never had a problem with a 41hz kit but I can understand some people that have problems could be frustrated. the solution is to check the forum on their website, changes are high someone else has had a similar problem before.
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scott262: You said that your running the amp 9 from 41 hz. I want to make a 6-8 channel home theater amp but I want the sound quality everyone's goign on about from the super T or trends. Does your amp have this same sound quality? I've seen some posts saying 41hz stuff isn't as good as the others is this true? Help I would like to make a 6 or 8 channel system with perhapse 30watts plus per channel ideally and the same Super T/ trend sound quality any suggestions.

The sound quality of the 41hz amp9-basic is exemplary. It would be very easy to build a 8 channel version using two modules. Also, look for the 24v, 350W, 14.5A Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) that are on Ebay to power them with, you would need two if you going to use them full power. something like these:

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....%3D4%26ps%3D42

when your kits arrive make sure you read the 41hz amp9 forums before you start assembly. The assembly instructions are a bit rough and there is a lot of info in the forums. Especially, read V-bro postings on soldering the diodes.

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