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Old 18th March 2012, 06:55 PM   #1
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Default Hypex 3 channel UcD/SMPS amp


I would like to build an amp for my 3 Nubert Nuline CS-42 (220/300Watt 4 Ohm) speakers and have a couple of questions:

First of all, will 3xUcD180HG do or should I go with 3xUcD400HG?

Regarding powering 3xUcD180HG, could that be done by one SMPS400A180? Should I go with two SMPS400A180 (one for left/right, one for the center speaker)? Or, is 3xSMPS400A180 recommended - and would I still be able to hook up the Soft Start Module when using 3xSMPS400A180? If so, how? The Soft Start Module documentation seems to indicate that only one or two power supplies can be connected.

Regarding powering 3xUcD400HG, would one SMPS1200A400 be an option?

Thanks in advance for your time and help.
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