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Old 19th December 2009, 02:19 AM   #1
sled108 is offline sled108  United States
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Has anyone Heard one of These? It's a CD/DVD Surround System from about 7 years ago...It says that it's a Class-T Amplifier....And it Sure is!! I have not opened it..No need...But the Specs say it's 30W CH. Front, 30W CH. Back, 30W Center and 30W Subwoofer...All at 8 Ohms and 6.3V DC...And it sounds Awesome....5 Tiny speakers and a Sub...All for $100. I was just Wondering if anybody knows what Chip is in This....I'm getting Real Curious..But it just sounds so Good that I really shouldn't Mess with it..
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Old 19th December 2009, 08:01 AM   #2
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I don't recall any Tripath chip being able to run @ 6.3V, minimum is 9V or around there.
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