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Old 21st May 2013, 10:53 AM   #1
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Default beyma 10p40 minimal amp?

Does anyone know which minimal amp power I would need to test a beyma 10p40? Do I have a chance to get some bass with a ucd-180 from hypex? Or could I use a hifimedy T2 amp? Or is there a chance to kill the amp with the higher power of a 10p40 ?
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Old 21st May 2013, 02:41 PM   #2
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I'm not an expert but looking at specs I found that the UcD180 Amplifier Module is a 180W/4ohm power amp module. I don't know but the Ucd400 module (400W) looks more convenient for the 300W driver if pushing to much from it.
The HifimeDIY T2 Amplifier, Tripath TK2050 T-AMP is a 2*100W@4ohm or 2*50W@8ohm, so weaker in comparison, but for testing I think they are very fine...
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