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Old 27th February 2003, 09:39 PM   #1
martioz is offline martioz  Australia
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Default Hungry of power? check this out

I found this schematic in the internet 2KW amp!!!
Schematic comes from Polish paper, not sure which one.

he's a link:
http://steve.sky.net.ua/Audio/semi/Amp/2000w.gif
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Old 27th February 2003, 09:51 PM   #2
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The schematic is from Elektor Electronics they phublis under many different names and in many countries.

i think you will find more webreferenses to that amp under the name "titan 2000"

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Old 27th February 2003, 09:54 PM   #3
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I found this schematic in the internet 2KW amp!!!
Schematic comes from Polish paper, not sure which one.
Hi, martioz

At first look, this is the Titan (Gigant) from Elector.
I build it 2 years ago.
It has indeed the power of 2KW into 4ohm in bridge mode.
It give you 300W into 8ohm, 500W into 4ohm and 800W into 2ohm.
If you ask me, a very nice amp.

/Hugo - is building an AlephX and hopes it will be even better!
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Old 27th February 2003, 10:22 PM   #4
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Hi, martioz
At first look, this is the Titan (Gigant) from Elector.
I build it 2 years ago.
It has indeed the power of 2KW into 4ohm in bridge mode.
It give you 300W into 8ohm, 500W into 4ohm and 800W into 2ohm.
If you ask me, a very nice amp.

/Hugo - is building an AlephX and hopes it will be even better!
So you need to build 4 of them
and bridge them 2 and 2, for to get a stereo pair.
And use 4 ohms loudspeakers. (or two 8 ohms in parallell)
If you then use sensitive (PA-)speakers with 100 dB SPL,
then you can be your own BASS-DJ.

But only as normal un-bridged and with one pair of
8 ohms Loudspeakers 90dB SPL, you will get a very nice sound-system.
Well, if you have well built speakers with very good drivers, that is.

/halo - The Little Titan
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Old 28th February 2003, 06:51 AM   #5
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But only as normal un-bridged and with one pair of
8 ohms Loudspeakers 90dB SPL, you will get a very nice sound-system.
It's a current feedback amp, IMO very good for the sound.
If we could turn it into an X we had the High Power Current Feedback SuperSymmetry (tm) or something similar... But not with OpAmp's...

/Hugo - Likes discrete better
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Old 28th February 2003, 07:16 AM   #6
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I have the full article in some (big) pdf files. If anybody is interested, I could mail them. 7,78 MB (!) in total.

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i will be intrested
it uould be very kind if you send me the schematics
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Old 28th February 2003, 03:07 PM   #8
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Nice amp.

Please sent me the pdf's too.

lordpk@pacbell.net


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Old 28th February 2003, 04:53 PM   #9
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Hi,

Still not enough power?
Check this out.
http://steve.sky.net.ua/Audio/semi/Amp/20kW.gif
20.000K..
Here more links:
http://steve.sky.net.ua/Audio/semi/Amp/

Grtz
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Old 28th February 2003, 09:02 PM   #10
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Hi,

Still not enough power?

Grtz
Remco Blankesteijn

These guys have an incredible collection of the most amazing schematics.
We will see Halo’s little collection growing soon.

Too bad I don't understand one word of it...and the site is very slow.

The 20KW amp is just incredible. Where to find a power supply for that? We can't ask the builder because his site is down for the moment.: http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/glenk/

/Hugo - has enough with his 2KW.
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