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Old 10th July 2011, 01:09 AM   #11
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just to let you guys know, i sold the TK2050 and went for a TI-600 (classdaudio.com)

no problems in the bass department there! holds woofers steady at high excursion :-)
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Old 10th July 2011, 08:26 AM   #12
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just to let you guys know, i sold the TK2050 and went for a TI-600 (classdaudio.com)

no problems in the bass department there! holds woofers steady at high excursion :-)
Good for you! I am still stuck with the "temporary" remedy. How does TAS5630 compare to TK2050 in other departments?

I also once contemplated buying an amp based on TAS5630, but I decided to stick to the TK2050 and wait for some interesting solutions based on TAS5518+TAS5631 to come out.
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Old 10th July 2011, 04:19 PM   #13
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TAS5630 as a chip seems excellent. Havent had much time to A/B it against anything else yet, but it really does deliver the goods.

As with every amplifier, the higher the voltage rails the more headroom you can get. I have been using 38/49v supplies and it handles these power levels very well.

If you're set on using the 2050 chip, I would probably advise for going for a hifimediy / 41hz board, the budget basement construction of the sure tk2050 never impressed me much!

oh, and the idle power consumption of the TAS5630 is also very good "-)
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