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Old 20th June 2010, 04:28 AM   #71
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Hi Christi

I am interested in buying the DA-1 class d amp but cannot find many
specifications. What is the THD of this amp with a 4ohm and 8ohm load? I was after a low thd amp that can drive a pair of 4ohm speakers.
The THD at 4 Ohms, is below 0.1% at 400W and 250W at 8 Ohms. there is a short form description located here: http://www.connexelectronic.com/docu...escription.pdf
 
Old 24th July 2010, 07:53 AM   #72
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I just received my IRS2092 based amp Connexelectronic but after first visual inspection I have noticed that there is one jumper wire missing.
It's the one in front of Q105b that connects the emmiters of Q105b and Q105a.
Should this wire be fitted or not?
 
Old 24th July 2010, 08:33 AM   #73
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The jumper is installed only at low power version where only one transistor and zenner diode for voltage regulator for negative+ rail should be used. if you follow the track you will see that this jumper is between the emitors of the Q105A and Q105B transistors, and can supply both amplifier stages from a single voltage regulator. on medium-high power versions i decided to use separate regulators for each channel, so the jumper should not be soldered. supplying each channel from different regulator gives better performances, and less crosstalk.

L.E. just noticed that you told me about the voltage which you want to use for test, and i consider that is useful for others to mention that the amplifier must be supplied with the voltage marked on the pcb for the specified power rating. if the voltage is lower or higher with 10-15% the amplifier will not start, due to the undervoltage and overvoltage protection which will mute the amp till the voltage will be within range. for example, the 400W version should be supplied with +-64V. a voltage below +-51V will Mute the amp, as well as a voltage above 72V. moreover, if the maximum voltage is above +-48V for 100W version, +-72V for 200W, and +-92V for 400 and 500W versions, there is a risk of permanent damage of the power transistors and ic because of exceeding the maximum voltage.

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Old 24th July 2010, 11:54 AM   #74
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Thanks for the fast and very help full reply.
You are of course right. I just checked IRF reference design 7 and confirmed that.

Regarding Under voltage protection, I guess this can be changed by altering the zener that sets the threshold.

Last but not least, overall it's a very well designed kit with excellent construction quality and very well packed!
 
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Cristi; When purchasing the TDA89XX boards without heat sinks, do you supply the thermal insulating pad with the unit?

Thanks,
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Yes, and you can just mention this when you order them to make sure about. btw, i have replied to this answer from your mail sent in 23 sept. seems that you haven't got that mail. for you and not only, if i don't reply in one-two days to a mail, please resend or send me pm through forum, i have more than 1000 mails every month and some of them are failed to deliver probably due spam filters.
 
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Thanks Cristi; Ordered (2) units a few minutes ago wjth instructions to include thermal insulating pads.
 
Old 22nd October 2010, 02:37 AM   #78
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Hi Cristi,

I would like to buy Audiophile grade of amplifier module from Connex Electronic, would you please recommend one good sound module for me.
 
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Hi Cristi,

I would like to buy Audiophile grade of amplifier module from Connex Electronic, would you please recommend one good sound module for me.
 
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The best quality sound have the LME49810 amplifiers, 300W or 500W version.
 

 


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