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Old 22nd September 2003, 01:17 AM   #1
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Talking Yet another Aleph 4

Finally listening to my Aleph 4s (mono-blocks) Here is the pic.

Sound ??? Just marvelous , mission impossible , bass strong and powerful and yet mids and tweeter like a crystals from min to max power. I guess it will take a little time until it shows a full capabilities.


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Drool.

Wait..if I drool in the open top will I get a shock?

Seriously, very well done....

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On a scale of 1 to 10 I give a zillion. One of the best DIY Alephs I have seen!
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Default too beautiful

what material is the front plate of your aleph4, it looks so clean.
what size of your heatsink? how much electrical energy does your aleph4 consume? sorry for too much questions.
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Wow! what truely clean and beautiful innards. I'd like to see more angles of how you've stacked those beautiful black caps over the tranny
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Trigon,

Your amps are beautiful!

Are those the R-theta heatsinks from the group buy?

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what material is the front plate of your aleph4, it looks so clean.
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Front panels are Aluminum. Heatsinks are R-Theta 11" by 11" Each block runs about 260W idle.

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Wow! what truly clean and beautiful innards. I'd like to see more angles of how you've stacked those beautiful black caps over the tranny
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I have used black acrylic which as well serve as dumping bridge since my trannies are each 1.5kW Plitron 2 x 40v with insulated primaries and secondaries and plus with electrostatic grounding.
Take and look at the pic.
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Trigon,

Your amps are beautiful!

Are those the R-theta heatsinks from the group buy?

Cheers,
Dennis

Thank you Dennis, yes they are R-theta 11" by 11" The amps are running on about 60C degrees


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