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Jdot 13th October 2011 10:32 PM

Please recommend a kit amp
G'day all,

I've done a lot of research on this question, but like a lot of these things, the more you read the more you get confused.

Earlier in the year I bought one of Hugh Deans NAKSA 100 amps to build and use. Great amp, powerful and does everything I want.

Now I need a second one for my second system and I though it would be best to build a different brand to I have some component variety.

Could anyone recommend an amp that comes in a kit, either in parts or semi built? I have sonus faber speakers and frugal horns at the moment, but who knows what I will build next so it needs to be powerful and universal. I am competent in construction so as long as theres good instructions building will not be a problem. Budget is not an issue as I'll just save up till I can afford it.

Any suggestions would be great!

sasha70 13th October 2011 11:01 PM

Hi, take a look at FetZilla amplifier, planning to build it my self.
Regards. Sasha.

lanchile 13th October 2011 11:37 PM

Top secret lol!
Here is one of the best amp kits I have ever build period!!!
I strongly recommend them. just visit their site, ask for Alfred. ;)

Jdot 14th October 2011 11:20 AM

Cheers for the suggestion sasha but I'm really after something with a little more oomph

I'll have a look into hdamp, thanks lanchile

piero7 14th October 2011 12:17 PM

give a look to ska-amp SKA - Simple Killer Amplifier by Greg Ball

Kjeldsen 14th October 2011 12:29 PM

take a look on these danish amp kits

Ground Sound

Jdot 21st October 2011 01:07 AM

Cheers all I appreciate the suggestions!

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