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jalejos 6th January 2009 01:27 AM

surround amplifier
 
I want to build a multi-channel amplifier and after reading the interesting post, I have the following options, but not which to choose.

6 modules hypex ucd180 + 2 (or 3) smps180 (6x180w)
6 modules coldamp bp4078 + 1 (or 2) sps80 (6x400w) http://www.coldamp.com
3 modules stereo B & O ICEpower (6x125W) It is for PC but can be changed (smps includes) http://www.mcubed-store.com/catalog/...roducts_id=254

Any recommendation given that the price is similar?
Thank you.

ssanmor 6th January 2009 08:32 PM

Si estás en Madrid (VLC=Villanueva de la Cañada?), te invitamos a que pases un día por nuestras instalaciones de Coldamp y te enseñamos y asesoramos sobre nuestros equipos, sin compromiso. Si te interesan quizá podamos ofrecerte un buen precio.

Un saludo.

luka 6th January 2009 09:40 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by ssanmor
Si estás en Madrid (VLC=Villanueva de la Cañada?), te invitamos a que pases un día por nuestras instalaciones de Coldamp y te enseñamos y asesoramos sobre nuestros equipos, sin compromiso. Si te interesan quizá podamos ofrecerte un buen precio.

Un saludo.

If you are in Madrid (VLC = Villanueva de la Cañada?), We invite you to a day passes by our facilities and coldamp teach and advise you on our team, without compromise. If you are interested perhaps we can offer a good price.

A greeting.

ENGLISH ONLY!

jalejos 6th January 2009 10:43 PM

ssanmor, A few days ago I sent an email through your website. I have not received a reply that due to imagine the holidays. Send me an email and we will discuss it.
español


Quote:

Hace unos dias mandé un correo a traves de vuestra web. No he recibido contestación imagino que debido a las fiestas. Mandame un correo y lo comentamos.

ssanmor 7th January 2009 05:40 AM

sorry! and thanks for the translation, luka.

Jalejos: please contact us again to info@coldamp.com again, we haven't received your e-mail. We'll be glad to answer your questions quickly.

Best regards

classdphile 7th January 2009 09:03 AM

Luka, caps, the frustration is understandable but it helps to know some post in their private interests, it's really their business.

To try and answer the question asked, for a multi channel set up, space is tight so layout gets compromised. The most important factor irrespective of everything else being equivalent or not, and they really aren't, is the EMI performance.

Look at what mcube uses in their multi channel HTPC setup, or even Bryston for that matter, Hypex has the advantage due to stellar EMI performance.

No factory tour, cheese and crackers or 10% discount will long forgive the mildest of EMI.

luka 7th January 2009 09:53 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by luka
ENGLISH ONLY! [/B]
Ops didn't even see it, was holding Shift the whole time :cannotbe: And by this I also mean there are PMs, so any language can be used there, it's not helping anybody on forum if most can't understand the post... don't want to make anybody :mad: , just how it is

classdphile 7th January 2009 10:39 AM

I agree entirely, there's no question coldamp can use the forum to better advantage.. Thank you for the translation.

ssanmor 7th January 2009 11:21 AM

Ok, no problem. I hope this time we haven't offended anyone for posting in Spanish, there is nothing to hide..., I always post in english.
Regarding EMI, we haven't had any problems with it so far, indeed it is also very very low.

jalejos 7th January 2009 03:28 PM

Sorry, but to register for the forum recently, issues of moderation, I do not have access to e-mail addresses for private messages.

True. MCube's mini series class d modules hypex and micro series class d ICEPower with B & O.
You've got more experience that what would be the best combination?
Thank you and feel misunderstood.


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