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Old 14th February 2010, 12:57 PM   #1
pieskapov is offline pieskapov  Finland
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Default APart Champ-2 power amplifier?

Do you have any experience or interesting! rumours of APart Champ-2 power amplifier?
I am still looking power amplifier to driving two dipole bass. (2 pcs 4 x Peerless 830669).
I need two channel power amplifiers with symmetrical input and no fan.
I already tried two Alesis RA-500 amplifiers but in both amplifiers there was some mysterious hum in both channels. (Even if level control was set to zero and input was short circuit…)
Because Alesis does not answer my emails I can tell this; terrible designed.
One potential amplifier is maybe Behringer A500 but I think Champ-2 can give more current. Thanks everybody!
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