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Old 6th June 2011, 06:26 AM   #31
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That looks great Luka!! I just love the AMP2, I suppose that one will drive the upper range frequencies and the AMP7 the lower?
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Old 6th June 2011, 06:43 AM   #32
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well, hmm... apart from old, meaning one that is not in use now, control board, I don't have much to show, its too simple, at least for me. I did this one out of my head.

But not a problem, it really is that simple

here I will give you a link to my page
-=[ FirstClass :: AMP7 Supply ]=-

There you can see the board... one thing you don't see, coz it had to be added later, when board done is wires on output, to link output diods in right way with an X

Control board can be any IC you like, all the pins that go to main board are seen where they are in my case. There are 2 gate pins, few gnd pins, remote pins and power for control board pins. Note that board could be far smaller, but it just happens that amp are this big, so was no point in making small supply then.

Since amp went through major change, site wasn't updated yet, but you can see it here
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That looks great Luka!! I just love the AMP2, I suppose that one will drive the upper range frequencies and the AMP7 the lower?
indeed, not 100% sure, but the idea what this:
AMP7 drive 6x 6.5" (16cm), 8R speakers, 3 in || per channel for low-mid, and then AMP2 for any mid or fullrange speakers (this part I don't know still, coz it depends if I will use this amp and another 4ch amp that will drive highs)
Do note that I will have active setup, no passive crossovers
This amp will have OVER the top power, but better that then not
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YouTube - ‪Door speakers for next car heh‬‏

A little vid of amp7 bridge driving almost 6R worth of speakers on only 130w limited current supply (goes to show that suppy with amp7 has so much stored power, that it still outputed a lot of power). This 6 speakers by feeling did there about 130-140dB, ear protection was a must and camera did attenuate as much it could, I mean it was crazy loud
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