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Old 8th November 2006, 05:21 PM   #1
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Default Which T-Amp kit for a comlete newby in DIY ?

Hi guys, I am completely new to this kind of things but I would like to try the sound of theese cheap amplifiers.
I would like to begin with something pretty easy.

My speakers are B&W dm 620 with this specifications:

Sensitivity 96dBspl (2.83V 1m)
Nominal Impedance 4 ohms
Power Handling 25W 100W into 8 ohms

Usually I do not listen to music at hight volume, do you think that 10 W would be enought ?

Thank you in advance for any advice
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Old 8th November 2006, 07:22 PM   #2
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Not super easy to build but certainly do-able for a beginner who knows how to solder and it will lead to excellent results. Alternatively try to mod a SI t-amp first.
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YES. Amp6 or Amp6 basic. A great place to start.

If you only want to do the wiring and not amp board assembly, try the Charlize or one of the Autocostruire kits.
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The AMP6 is supposed to be easy and of good quality. Cheap, too!
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