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Old 6th February 2013, 02:13 AM   #1
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Default sure electronics modules?

i have a 25-40wpc module i bought for portable use on batteries. has anyone used these modules in builds and if so, how is the sound quality? especially in the warmth and musicality categories? i also have a couple lower power daytons i think are sonic impact parts too.

it would be nice if someone did a sonic comparison thread including hypex, ice, sure, dayton, 47 labs etc. modules and power supplies too. was wondering about using a 24v scientific regulated linear power supply instead of a 12v lead acid on a 30wpc integrated.

man, that flashing emoticon in the edit window is like a seizure inducer!

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