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Antigen 30th March 2011 07:34 PM

T-AMP: with 88dB of sensitivity?
 
Hi,

with 88dB sensitivity speaker (Vardus VR300) can I use succesfully a TA2024 or is better TA2020 or TA2021B ?

Thanks

Adam Bernau 2nd April 2011 07:22 PM

Hello, Antigen

Yes you can ! I would recommend you to go for the TA2020, in my opinion the best sounding from your described choices and a bit more powerfull than TA 2024.

Antigen 3rd April 2011 10:43 AM

My speaker are VARDUS VR 300.

Do you think that 2020 can "move" their speaker?

http://images.izideal.com/img/produc...us-vr-300.jpeg

Antigen 3rd April 2011 11:11 AM

Some people tell me that 2020/2024 has too low power to "move" my speaker.

True or not?




http://www.superfi.co.uk/images/main...nt_1200pxh.jpg

theAnonymous1 3rd April 2011 02:44 PM

It will definitely work; but only you can decide if the resulting sound level will be satisfactory or not.

You can purchase a low power Tripath amp for less than 1/10 the cost of those speakers, so it wouldn't be a huge loss if you end up disappointed.

Antigen 3rd April 2011 07:04 PM

It's better 2020 or the 2024?

theAnonymous1 3rd April 2011 07:36 PM

TA2020 has a supply voltage MAX of 14.6V vs. 13.2V of the TA2024. The TA2020 also has better a better thermal interface for the heatsink.

One could argue that the TA2024 allows for a tighter PCB layout though; if you think that matters at all.

Adam Bernau 3rd April 2011 08:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Antigen (Post 2526343)
It's better 2020 or the 2024?

In my opinion the TA2020 sounds significantly better.


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