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Old 2nd January 2007, 08:02 PM   #1
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Default Mean Well SMPS with Amp9?

Hello everyone,

i want to build my new Amp9 from 41Hz with a 150W SMPS, i recently found a relatively cheap one from the company Mean Well.
Here is a link to the preferred types:

http://www.proconnecting.de/media/pr...1161458518.pdf

http://www.proconnecting.de/media/pr...1160266686.pdf

Has anybody tried these, especially with class-d amps?
Thanks a lot!
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Nils
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Old 3rd January 2007, 06:44 AM   #2
Pierre is offline Pierre  France
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For the price of that you can probably buy a SPS30 or even SPS80 from coldamp, that is specifically designed for audio and tested (only the SPS80) by a lot of people in the forum, including me, with excellent results:

http://www.coldamp.com/opencms/openc...x.html?idioma=
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Old 3rd January 2007, 07:03 AM   #3
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Thanks Pierre,

but the Coldamp SMPS has +/-60V, i would need 24V single supply...
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Old 3rd January 2007, 08:01 AM   #4
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We can make smaller voltage versions of SPS30, that is to be launched this week. The standard version can be adjusted in factory from +/-40V to +/-60V, but if a reasonable number of supplies are demanded, we can make a custom version with +/-24V output (or +/-12V output if you need only +24V)

Hope this helps.
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Sergio
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Old 3rd January 2007, 05:34 PM   #5
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For the price of that you can probably buy a SPS30 or even SPS80 from coldamp, that is specifically designed for audio and tested (only the SPS80) by a lot of people in the forum, including me, with excellent results:
No doubt Coldamp provides excellent results. But for what concerns the price, I'm not sure you will get the SPS30 for 60 .
This 150W SMPS costs less than 30 !: say you buy 2 of them for +/-24V et voila... Do not misunderstand my point: I don't know if one can compare one pair of S-150S with SPS30 (f.i, you will not have 5V or 12V out of the box) but if this is half the price, it might be worth to try.

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