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Old 21st July 2010, 10:47 AM   #1
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Default Home Theater or Products which uses TAS5630

Hi All,
I have another type of question; actualy in which products I can find TAS5630. I like the idea of having a class-d amp, but when I search in internet for products based on it I was not able to find any information. Please if somebody knows could you tell me some of them like Samsung Ht-S320, or Sherwood XyZ.
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Stelian
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Old 22nd July 2010, 12:39 PM   #2
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Nobody?
Just to break the ice, I know that Philips HTS3450 is using TAS5152 chips. I also heard rummors that Sherwood R-904N NetBoxx is using TAS5630. The purpose of this question is to find out a good HTS or receiver and buy it. I know from past experience that a diy projetct often costs more and looks less professional than a product from Samsung or Philips. But I still appreciate very much this community!
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