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Melon Head 6th June 2009 02:45 AM

Aleph J-X Amp Project
 
Hi to everyone
I want to know what level of interest there is for an ALEPH J pcb group buy.
Please vote here.
Also feel free to add suggestions such as parralleling output mosfets for higher power output etc.

flg 6th June 2009 06:31 AM

Sounds good to me :xeye: :D
I'M Good for at least a stereo channel, maybe two... Thanks;)

Melon Head 6th June 2009 07:03 AM

Peter Daniel is already working on a potential layout, so all we need is maybe 50 people interested to make this a reality.

sandyhooker 6th June 2009 11:10 AM

I'm ready... count me in!!!!

Melon Head 6th June 2009 11:23 AM

3 down (including myself) 47 to go.

audiojoy 6th June 2009 02:19 PM

Count me in for two sets please

Experiences read regarding the j are very positive indeed. Over on audiocircle one guy intimated the F3 was laid back and not as exciting as the aleph J!! Another felt the aleph j was better than the aleph 30 and I believe I am right in saying the man himself stated preference for the J over other alephs!!

korben69 6th June 2009 02:26 PM

Count me in for 2 stereo sets.
Thanks ;)

Melon Head 6th June 2009 02:26 PM

I agree. I have read over all the variations F1 to F5 quite a few times. Initially I felt the F3 was the pick of the bunch however I think it is more suited to very efficient speakers or headphones.
Considering how popular the Aleph 3 was and the fact that Nelson prefers this Aleph J over all of them then I think this will be a very special amp.

audiojoy 6th June 2009 02:28 PM

thats two stereo sets

d to the g 6th June 2009 02:34 PM

From what I understand, the J can be built from the briangt Aleph30 boards that are easily (and cheaply) available. If someone was kind enough to post a step by step, then there would be no need for another pcb/board layout.


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