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Old 17th August 2010, 06:54 PM   #1
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Default Audio Quality between the two Texas Instrument Chips?

A friend asked me if there is an audio (sound quality) difference between the two "chip" amps at Class D Audio. Both are based on similar Texas Instrument chips, some of it derived from Tripath, as TI bought the IP rights to them. One is 300 W and the other is 600W
I tried using the search function, because I figured somebody on our forum has built both, and listened and reported. But I can't find the info. I am thinking to suggest to my friend to buy the 600 W. For just a little bit more money, he will have twice the power for maybe Magneplanar or 'stat speakers down the road.
Here are links to the two amp boards:
300 W
Class D Audio TI-300 Amplifier - Home and Pro Audio - Amps

And 600 W.
Class D Audio TI-600 Amplifier

Thanks, and if this is a repost, please provide the link to this information.
Lyndon
Salt Lake City
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