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Old 23rd June 2006, 07:17 PM   #1
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Default breakin period for Super T

I'm wasn't really a believer in break in, till now...

I wasn't overly impressed with this T-amp when I first plugged it in, but after a couple of 5 hour stints running at nearly 3/4 volume, this thing seems to have opened up.

I'm running a couple of not-so-efficient Optimus bookshelf speakers (4" woofer/ dome tweet) but after a while of playing people were starting to notice. Very very clean.

Still, playing the amp on an MP3 player its a tad thin in the bass department. I picked up a battery powered headphone booster-amp from Ratshack a few months ago and I used it last night to great effect (it only boost signal by a few miliamps).

Still need to hook this amp up to my main rig but I'm enjoying this amp at work too much.

This is definately a near feild set up. No one should buy this amp thinking its gonna replace their 100watt SS amp or use the Super T as PA amp.

I need to work on some more efficient speakers or build/buy a small sub. Too bad this thing doesn't come with volume control sub outputs. I guess that's what DIY is for.
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