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Old 3rd April 2009, 02:49 PM   #1
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Default Hypex question - Supply voltage influence on sonics

Hoping you experienced hypex'ers can share your experiences with supply voltages and its effect on sonics on hypex amps.

I've recently got a pair of ucd400hg's (with hxr) going with a pair of redrocks audio smps6060pfc power supplies. Unfortunetly they both seem to be spitting out closer to 62V than the 57V I requested (I shouldve been clearer in the email).

So just wondering should I expect this to have any noticable effect on sound? Does anyone suspect any aspect of the sound would be different/better/worse at a lower voltage, and what does your experience show?

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