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Old 23rd March 2005, 06:37 PM   #71
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Brian,

From your web address i assume you have something to do with Speakerpower. I know ICE/Power only sell to OEMs in quantity (i was looking at ICE/power when they 1st showed off their product at the 107 AES)-- do you know of any other vendors selling into the DIY community? (i know they would be competition, but this part of the board is about information)

Also, how are the DSPs controlled? (note: the link that says it is a pdf is actually a Word file -- you need to fix that). Is the DSP software available on any other than Windows platform? How easy to port (i have a client that really wants to stay away from the high maintenance & incidental costs of the Windows platform)

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Old 24th March 2005, 07:40 AM   #72
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Hi dave,

I don't know of anyone catering to the DIY community with ICEpower. I sell OEM to loudspeaker manufacturers. However, I am talking to Parts Express about offering a speaker kit with the amp.

The software is only Windows. It is not user friendly. The philosophy is set and forget, not tweak in the field.

Thanks for the tip about the web link.

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Old 24th March 2005, 10:19 AM   #73
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I know ICE/Power only sell to OEMs in quantity (i was looking at ICE/power when they 1st showed off their product at the 107 AES)-- do you know of any other vendors selling into the DIY community? (i know they would be competition, but this part of the board is about information)
Dave, the ICEpower terms of sale prohibt resale of modules that aren't built into safety/EMC-approved equipment. There's no way to (officially) get your hands on these except to buy a finsihed amplifier and take it apart.


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Old 24th March 2005, 04:23 PM   #74
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hi.

>There's no way to (officially) get your hands on these except to buy a finsihed amplifier and take it apart.>

may i kindly suggest you search google for "icepower 250a"

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Old 24th March 2005, 05:07 PM   #75
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Hi KM,

I see you've gone from "see my website" to recommending a google search that leads them straight to your website. That's funny, I admire that, but yeah, that's what they should be doing first anyway.

Your comment on the sound of your amps in comparison to LCaudio + UCD was especially shocking. It seemed very upfront and honest.

It seems you've gone to some effort to do things differently and I just wanted to say well done, it's worth some respect. Keep that up.

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hi.

>There's no way to (officially) get your hands on these except to buy a finsihed amplifier and take it apart.>

may i kindly suggest you search google for "icepower 250a"

best rgds - karsten madsen - cadaudio.dk
Note the use of the word "officially" in my post. If your website says "ICEpower Authorized Retailer" somewhere, my apologies for overlooking it


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Old 24th March 2005, 05:49 PM   #77
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hi.

chris, thanks for the nice words, im not sure what you mean by "shocking" but maybe its not important.

/u, just think its fair to say there is another way than to buy a finished amplifier and take it apart

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