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Old 1st November 2006, 04:27 PM   #21
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Hello madstamm,

I do NOT have a commercial UCD in hand .. but I do have diy one

yup.. running module at +/-24V (thats what im using now mainly because I got no Higher Voltage MOSFETS fast enough) really LESS heat even without sinks....at low volume settings...


powering my DIY UCD up to about +/-48V heated UP the -mini- sinks even at idle (UCD_ON) or at really low volume settings.. a little brushless fan WOULD help... but yes, it HEATS up at recommended power supplies.... even 10 minutes of idle WOULD heat them up

glad that you did NOT play with the deadtime.. hahah but dont mind .. its set at factory settings..

P.S. next time, have a fan in your AMP
RoCk On!!! I love my diy UcD!!
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