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Old 3rd August 2008, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default high power amp capable of driving 2ohms

hi folks, I searched in threads but didnt find much info.

I need some nice design on amp-
it should-

1)Deliver 350to 500w at 2-1.5ohm load.
2) works in class b(or other high eficienty), push pul preferably,
3)has excelent quality(tight, clean, dynamic sound) in 15-50Hz region(it will be used in active high quality subwoofers with high end speakers)
anyone have some expierencer or thoughts?

thanks for any input..
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Use three pair of metal outputs, MJ15024/25, MJ21193/94. If using plastic, double the number of outputs.

63V from an 800VA transformer (about 44-0-44), a pair of 20,000F caps (if using over 30,000 use a soft-start).

http://users.ece.gatech.edu/~mleach/lowtim/

These sound rock-hard in the bass.
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