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Old 27th July 2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Default Sure Tripath 2*100 - How Rise Output Power

Hello,

i use my Sure Tripath 2*100W for a sound system which sadly has a high impedanceand a low efficiency. So when I turn the volume all up, the music is still too quiet. I already tried to increase the input power, by using an small headphone amplifier (Fiio E3) for the input signal but the volume did not become much louder.

On the Board of the Sure amp the difference between one Volume swich on and both volume swiches on is, that the input signal goes through one 22k resistor oder through two of them in parallel. Is it possible to decrase this resistor again by e.g connecting another new 22k resistor or an even smaller one in parallel?

Are there other possibilities?

Thank you,
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Old 28th July 2011, 01:24 PM   #2
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What power supply,,number of Volts/amps are you using to power the amplifier?
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