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Old 18th October 2012, 12:17 PM   #1
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Hello peeps thought i would ask the question as i have no idea at the moment.
I have purchased some l25d boards and have been building up a case etc for them.
Ive just also finished repairing a HILL AUDIO DX3000.
The amp runs 4ohm at about 3k. I have the o/p devices MJ15024 and SM3159.
Im basically wondering if i can use the driver (boards) of the L25d to run the bigger devices.
I have a feeling that the original boards need a little too much work for me atm and would like to drop in the L25d's in to the original dx3000 casing and run them with the kit that is left.
I know the voltages are different for the board and the originals, but im hoping a little modding will allow me to get a 3000w L25d hybrid.
I have the schematics if anyone is seriously interested.

Any idea's would be great.
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Old 18th October 2012, 04:41 PM   #2
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The answer is NO! The hill audio amp is a class AB amp using bipolars, and these are NOT suitable for class d.
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