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HS200 with UcD400?
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Old 24th January 2005, 04:15 PM   #1
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Default HS200 with UcD400?


I currently on a HS200 subwoofer amplifier and been quite satisfied with it. But the amp seems to overheat rather easily when listening at very high levels. I would just go buy the DS4.0 once it's released, but the enclosure of my sub is so nice, and the subamp should fit the dimensions of the HS200.

That is why I have been playing with the idea of replacing the output stage with UcD400.

But, I'm quite new to electronics so every possible piece of advice would be appreciated.

What things should I consider when thinking such a project?

I know that I probably need a beefier transformer, but what else?

Here's is the toroidial transformer I've been looking at:545VA, 2 x 38 V. Is this beefy enough? Or even too beefy for the UcD400?
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