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Old 3rd May 2010, 08:05 AM   #1
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Default T-amp threads should be transferred to chip amp forum

Can't we have a sub forum for all the so called T-amps[T stands for tranny or something else], because quality discussion for class-D is diluted by such chip amp threads or transfer them to chip amp section for chip lovers

Every time i gaze at Class-D forum, i can only saw some freaky frenzy crap amp brought from e-bay's junkyard and people posts their glittering reviews like some FTV papparazzi is highlighting a model on ramp
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Old 3rd May 2010, 09:27 AM   #2
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Forgive me if I'm wrong, I thought that Class T was an implementation of Class D amplifiers?
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Old 3rd May 2010, 09:35 AM   #3
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All T-amps are >> CHIP AMPS ........Tripath plagued the consumer market with modified version of class-d amps in a black bug with many legs whome we call chips with exotic names and went bankrupt and ebays are now littered with T-amps for everyone to buy.

I think we have dedicated forum for lovers of chip amps exclusively why to pollute this class-D forum with threads related to chip amps and diluting the mainstream discussion which was meant for advanced class-d implementations.
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Does this proposal include all single chip class-d solutions?

TI?
NXP?
????

I agree there are way too many "T-amp mod" threads, but I don't see the point of excluding a solution just because it's beneath your skill level.

There has already been a thread about this anyway.
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chipamps are understood by most as linear analogue amplifiers in a chip.

T amps are a form of switching amp that belongs in the switching section.

Ask for a lower quality sub-Forum within ClassD if it irks you that much.
Or ask for a ClassT sub-Forum within the Digital section.
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Old 3rd May 2010, 10:20 AM   #6
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Default The Class-D forum should have a quality disscussion excluding chip amps

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Does this proposal include all single chip class-d solutions?

TI?
NXP?
????

I agree there are way too many "T-amp mod" threads, but I don't see the point of excluding a solution just because it's beneath your skill level.

There has already been a thread about this anyway.
T-amps are the most which have threads based on them, other brand of chip amps should also be included.

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chipamps are understood by most as linear analogue amplifiers in a chip.

T amps are a form of switching amp that belongs in the switching section.

Ask for a lower quality sub-Forum within ClassD if it irks you that much.
Or ask for a ClassT sub-Forum within the Digital section.
Any amplifier say class-ab/h/t/d which comes in a chip form is a chip amp

Thanxz for suggestion, i agree with you either they should be transferred to some sub section or another sub forum.
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Maybe we need a Hamburger Helper forum, for people that build shake-the-box kits (or ready-built units) and just change one ingredient.
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Maybe we need a Hamburger Helper forum, for people that build shake-the-box kits (or ready-built units) and just change one ingredient.
Yes, it would make the master chefs very happy if the 5-minute meal crowd stayed out of their kitchen.
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Class-t or d chipamps or whatever should be isolated from main advanced class-d discussion in order to maintain decorum of forum with meaningful discussions


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This forum was begun at the request mostly of Tripath chip users. Get used it.
If you don't like the Tripath chips, don't read the Tripath threads.

What? We need separate forums for pentodes and triodes, too?
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