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Old 15th September 2002, 12:13 AM   #11
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Per the Aleph-5 manual, each channel draws 150W. So for
a stereo amp, you will have to dissipate 300W. If you use
two of those sinks, you will be @ 42 degrees C rise over

I don't think it will cause any problems, but I wouldn't try
an Aleph with more wattage unless you get more sink.

That's a pretty good price, by the way...
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Old 15th September 2002, 02:35 AM   #12
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You are right, I was suggesting 2 for each channel to be on the safe side. I think 2 might work for one channel of an Aleph 2.
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