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Old 8th December 2012, 05:43 PM   #21
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from the reviews section:
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not for the beginner
too many errors, some fundamental
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Old 11th December 2012, 12:59 AM   #22
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looking to run power straight from battery pack to amp. does anyone know good schmatics for just the audio section for a class D bridgable amp?
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Old 11th December 2012, 08:39 AM   #23
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they are in the datasheets.
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Old 11th December 2012, 11:12 AM   #24
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where are the datasheets?
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Old 11th December 2012, 11:21 AM   #26
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does it have to specificaly designed for car audio? does anyone have a prefrence on a good one (bridged rms power around 1400 rms)?
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Old 11th December 2012, 12:17 PM   #27
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Class D amps are much more complex that the more usual B/AB ones, and on that much power things get even more complicated, from what i've seen i doubt verry much that you will be able to do it, so for your own sake i strongly suggest to buy an off the shelf one, cus without serious help as i see it this topik could stay open a long time without any possitive results.

Please do not take any offence by it, that i not my intention, it's just that you insist with switching electronics and at insane powers without knowing even the basics, that is not the way to go, go with the small stuff, small power PSU's until you get the know how on swithcing and then small calss D amps, and after that you can think of the big stuff, cus as they say you cannot learn how to run before you learn how to walk...
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Class D amps are much more complex that the more usual B/AB ones, and on that much power things get even more complicated, from what i've seen i doubt verry much that you will be able to do it, so for your own sake i strongly suggest to buy an off the shelf one, cus without serious help as i see it this topik could stay open a long time without any possitive results.

Please do not take any offence by it, that i not my intention, it's just that you insist with switching electronics and at insane powers without knowing even the basics, that is not the way to go, go with the small stuff, small power PSU's until you get the know how on swithcing and then small calss D amps, and after that you can think of the big stuff, cus as they say you cannot learn how to run before you learn how to walk...
I agree the cheapest way for that big an amp in car stereo is just buy it . The cost of the 250 amp alternators and the multi runs of 4/0 cable will cost a lot also.
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Old 11th December 2012, 02:45 PM   #30
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advice received well. however, still insist on a good schematic on a bridged rms power around 1400 rms. what is the most basic audio circuit you can think off for the audio section? can anyone lay it out like 1/2/3. it receives the rca and then uses power to add power to such rca signal out to the speaker turminals?
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