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Old 9th December 2005, 06:15 AM   #1
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Question Time for a T-amp FAQ?

Is it time for a FAQ on the Sonic ( and other T-amps)?
There's startng to be a lot of the same questions and answers here- as often happens on boards like these.

A FAQ might make it easier to find the information needed.

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Old 9th December 2005, 12:28 PM   #2
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Is it time for a FAQ on the Sonic ( and other T-amps)?
Not a bad idea Michael - it has worked fairly well for the Gainclones!

If we can get one going, how about hosting it on a few of the sites that deal with the class-T amps, yours and mine being two examples?
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Old 9th December 2005, 04:42 PM   #3
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I reckon it would be a great help to noobs like me who are just starting out on the Class-D /Tripath route.

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OK, lets get started. I figure you, me, Brian and a few others here can put together a nice one. Anyone is free to jump in.

I would like to see it here as a sticky post that is easy to find. Good idea to put it on our sites, too. Or may just link to the one here.

Let's start each in our own corner, then combine and edit what we have.

Please post here when you have something ready.
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Old 12th December 2005, 07:40 AM   #5
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I think an FAQ would be great especially if it was on the wiki. Once you learn how to use it, I believe its the best medium for this type of summarized information.
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I just now noticed this thread and would gladly participate if it would be helpful to others. I'm new to the wiki pages but it looks simple enough to use. All the info. should either go there or in a stickied thread in this forum to get the most exposure.
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I just put up Tripath FAQ header here: http://www.diyaudio.com/wiki/index.p...+Amplification

Change it all you want, I just figured it was a good place to start adding stuff.
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Thanks Brian. New avatar? What the heck is it?

BTW, Wiki is Hawaiian for "fast" or "quick"
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So 'wiki' is Hawaiian for fast/quick. That makes sense. Amazing what you can learn in the class d forum!

My avatar is a pic of the inside of a very old hard drive. Those are the metal platters (back then they needed 8 platters for a 580MB hard drive!) and the read/write heads. I thought it looked cool and snapped some photos. I was going to use the metal case to house an amp but haven't gotten around to it yet.

Anyway, I wasn't sure how to start the wiki page but I can put some very basic stuff up tonight. Of course everyone else should feel free to add anything pertaining to the topic as well
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I added some general information. I'm basically scouring the web for information I find useful about these amps and post it. If you guys find error, or find excess, well, you can edit it too.
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