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Old 9th December 2004, 11:18 AM   #11
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Well, IVX, for a moment I thought you had reliable info on Coldamp modules ;-)

You are right, all will be clear in 6-8 weeks when they release their datasheet, so no sense to discuss about what nobody (but them) know about these amps.

Cheers!

BTW: What exactly do you want us to read in the forum thread you point to?
 
Old 9th December 2004, 11:45 AM   #12
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hi.

you could take a look here ; www.cadaudio.dk too.

best rgds - karsten madsen - cadaudio.dk
 
Old 9th December 2004, 12:28 PM   #13
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Hi karsten madsen,

You must be hungry. You've several posts here refering people to your products/company's web site, while having said nothing else. Based on that, it would appear you're no help to anyone here, other than yourself.

Also, would I be correct in saying you hold no interest in small quantity sales, such as most here would bring you? Seems to me you've said as much in previous posts, something to the effect of having no interest in dealing with anyone other than OEMs. Are they just not going for it and so you've changed your stance? It would at least be a good source for people to get IcePower amps, as we still know very little, if not nothing of your own.

I'm sure you're knowledgeable? So why don't you try participating, and save face from having to spam your URL, you can include it in your signature and people will go to it on their own without the need for prompting. It would be alot more professional!

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Pierre, hi, the link, IVX was just replying to a question I'd asked. I agree with IVX regarding this coldamp module also, I wouldn't expect anything ground breaking from them based on the points they've tried to sell it on so far, but yeah, we could still be surprised yet. Keep us updated with whatever you find out on it

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Old 9th December 2004, 01:05 PM   #14
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Old 9th December 2004, 03:07 PM   #15
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Yes, Karsten. You could tell us a bit about your designs instead of making just advertisement just every time you can ;-) (don't get hungry, please, I am only joking)

Thanks, classd4sure. I agree, let's wait until Coldamp post some figures. Provided that it first has to sound good (of course that's the most important condition), all the rest (features and mechanics) seems neat, you have to be with me, aren't you?

Cheers!
 
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Hi

The mechanics look sound, for whatever that's worth!

Features mentioned mostly seem common place other than maybe their volume pot after the input, not sure if that's a good thing. "Fully synchronous" hmm

Just cant' tell. It's nice to see another possible option out there though, certainly one for car audio.

I'd really like to know more about how it works though, if it uses a clock it's going to lose points in a big way! Do you think they'll publish that sort of information? (type of oscillation/pwm/feedback scheme) I would think if they intended to it would have been done already, as certainly none of that will be changing with their final testing.

At this point though for all we know they got their hands on a batch of Mueta IC's and... ??

Regards
 
Old 9th December 2004, 10:13 PM   #17
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hi.

classd4sure/chris, i do have something to say here but im afraid you just missed the point.

i do know these amps quite well as i was involved in developing them (if you bother to look at our website you should be able to see some similarities...)

"Also, would I be correct in saying you hold no interest in small quantity sales?" - no you would not be correct

sorry if i repeat myself but a quick glance at the website would tell you and might give you a bit of info too......

about the amps in question , what do you want to know about them?

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Old 9th December 2004, 10:58 PM   #18
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If you are really willing to share info instead of pimping your web site/products, please let us know the following:

1. specs on your own amps
2. specs on the cold amps
3. cold amp topology-i.e., pre or post filter feedback, etc.
4. do you sell switch mode supplies separately from your amps
5. do your icepower amps include the B&O switchmode supply?

Looking forward to your reply...
 
Old 9th December 2004, 11:28 PM   #19
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hi.

kuribo , somehow i get the feeling you didnt see our website

you can find quite a bit of information about the class-d amplifiers we sell including specs and other tech info.

may i suggest that you read this first and ask questions after , in my mind it makes a bit more sense.

as for the coldamp i suggest we let him/them answer your questions first as this would seem more fair , ok?

"do you sell switch mode supplies separately from your amps?"

no not for the time being but with several other amps than ours.

"do your icepower amps include the B&O switchmode supply?"

no for the time being we dont sell the asp modules , but see above

best rgds - karsten maden - www.cadaudio.dk
 
Old 10th December 2004, 12:14 AM   #20
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Thank you for your reply.

I did view your web site, or I wouldn't have known that you sell the ice modules and SMPS.

I saw very little in the way of specs on your site, only simple, one point distortion figures. How about info on par with what Mueta and UcD provide?

You claimed to be familiar with the coldamps, and asked what was of interest, thus I assumed you would answer. Guess we will continue to wait.
 

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