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Old 18th January 2011, 10:04 AM   #91
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mail me pls, and i will send you the infos.
 
Old 18th January 2011, 11:19 AM   #92
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Default TA3020V4-400

TA3020V4-400: 0.02% THD+N @ 112w @ 8 OHMS

For my use the TA3020V4-400 would basically be a 100W amp.

Can you post some FR, POWER v THD+N curves? None in the PDF.

Besides one review at your site are there any other comments about how this amp "sounds".

Can it be mounted vertically on the back of a speaker (thermal considerations)?

What is the best "sounding" amp you sell? (low distortion and noise, "audiophile" etc.)

Thanks.
 
Old 21st January 2011, 05:47 PM   #93
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Cristi,

I can't seem to find or figure out your email from this site or your company sites (probably should add an email me tab) so at the risk of getting excess mail, please send the info to riedlse at gmail dot com.
 
Old 29th January 2011, 02:03 PM   #94
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Please put an email link on your site or email me. I could really use the amp I ordered ASAP.

Steve
 
Old 10th February 2011, 03:29 PM   #95
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Default IRS2092 Modular Amplifier

This amp looks very interesting. I see that this is a new product for you. Are they ready to ship now, in all power levels?

I assume that the supply voltage ranges that are mentioned on the product page are (a) the lower voltage is the min to reach that power level and (b) the higher voltage is the max recommended supply voltage for that configuration? Can a slightly lower voltage be used, e.g. for the 400W version, can a DC supply of +/- 58-60V be used without any problems (just lower output power)?

Thanks,

-Charlie
 
Old 14th February 2011, 09:04 AM   #96
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right now i have modules on stock from each power version. the voltages mentioned are the normal operating voltages, below or above, the under-voltage or over-voltage protection will mute the module. to get the nominal power, the module should be supplied at the nominal voltage which is at the middle of the interval. if lower voltage is needed, please contact me to change the UVLO level.
 
Old 18th May 2011, 11:27 AM   #97
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Default Manuals please

Hi,

Got today my IRS2092 Modular Amplifier [ScalD_Amp] 600W, SMPS500 and SMPS800R. They look great and build quality top notch.
Do you have a manual for these I dont want to burn something accidentaly.
Everything look straight forwarded but I would feel better with some manual.
Thanks
 
Old 21st May 2011, 03:55 PM   #98
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Please send me a short mail and i will send you all the informations which you need until i finish writing the manual for the amplifier. For the SMPS500R and SMPS800R power supplies the manual is available on the product page.
 
Old 24th May 2011, 03:40 PM   #99
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Default TA3020v4 for bass guitar power amp

I am looking at the TA3020v4 as a power amp for two bass cabinets.

The cabs are 1x12 built around the eminence kappalite 3012LF. Around 450W rms @ 8ohms each.

My plan was to run the module in BTL which should meet my power requirements easily.

My questions are
-Would the TA3020v4 serve my purpose well or is there a better option.
-Would this module be able to withstand Pro audio type usage on a regular basis.
-What differences in performance would I expect between this module and a similarly spec'd PA power amplifier (I am currently using a Crown XTI2000 in dual mono)

Thanks for any help.
 
Old 26th May 2011, 06:40 PM   #100
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Should the capacitor be bipolar, og doesn't that matter. If electrytics is ok, how about polarity (minus to gnd i guess?)
Still no answer!! Type and voltage rating would be nice to know. Is 16 volt enough or 35 volt as the caps onboard? Should it be bipolar or electrolytic or does it matter at all? If electrolytic capacitor what about polarity?
 

 


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