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Old 10th June 2012, 05:46 PM   #1
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Default DxXs - I am having ideas, things to play...the brain last neuronium is working hard

i can listen some noises from the brain gears operating.... well...you may think i am mad...... this is guaranteed you are right about that....but mad in a good way folks.

Do you want an amplifier so strong that does not use fuses?

Do you want an amplifier able to face long time shorts in the output or very low output impedances...several speakers in parallel...all speakers you have at home at same place..joined together...in parallel...without worry about impedance.

Do you want an amplifier that uses all the junk transformers you have...all them rectified, filtered and joined in parallel to help you to provide huge current?

Do you want a double supply voltage amplifier?

Do you want to join all the condensers you have at home...all the junk in parallel...huge condensers

Wanna be playing with this...burning speakers..burning resistors...producing shorts in objects.... and to listen music without worries...an undestructable amplifier.

Do you want?......no?....but i want and gonna do it.

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Old 10th June 2012, 06:03 PM   #2
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Default The introduction in video...about DxXs

Dx Xs - Excess Amplifier - YouTube

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Old 11th June 2012, 09:56 AM   #3
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Default The way i have to obtain a feedback related the interest is the number of hits

It looks people have not appreciated the idea...this way i can go ahead or stop the project.

180 hits for a Sunday is not that bad..usually during weekend people do not visit forum very ofter....but even this way i had no comments..no one said felt interesting..no one have criticised too...no one tried to give some idea (this is another way to detect if an idea is good or not good..people come to join if a the good idea... say... people come aboard...others get not happy and come angry to bother)

I am needing some comments to stimulate me to move on.

I do think it is a good idea....but who knows...it can be a lemon, or a bad idea too.

I have a friend already working in the pcboard.... it will look 100 percent Dx style.... squared.... part's values printed into the board, simetrical, not too much crowdy, having few jumpers (better than to use long copper tracks).

Video had a lot of hits...but it seems a lot of these hits did not came from diyaudio:

DxXs - Excess Amplifier - YouTube

Feedback please folks....bad idea?

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Old 11th June 2012, 01:44 PM   #4
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I see one thing that is interesting. Schematic for the layout you are talking about
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Default It is just an idea..there is no schematic for a while

It may be based into the Dx amplifier, or in the Dx Turbo...but hardly modified.

I am offering the idea for a while... a friend has the schematic and may provide the first layout that i gonna publish at the release time.

For a while, all the support i want/need is about the idea..if it is interesting or not...the schematic will soon be provided because it is a consequence.

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Old 12th June 2012, 03:23 AM   #6
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Default We already have a first study about this amplifier

A board is already being prepared, but will have several modifications because the schematic is not already prepared...this is the basic schematic, from this one we will create the amplifier...this is the mainframe, the skeleton, the basic topology.

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Old 12th June 2012, 03:37 AM   #7
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Default hello

Do you want an amplifier so strong that does not use fuses?

Do you want an amplifier able to face long time shorts in the output or very low output impedances...several speakers in parallel...all speakers you have at home at same place..joined together...in parallel...without worry about impedance.

Dear Sir Carlos
greetings exactly what i am looking for it would be a nice project
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Old 12th June 2012, 08:28 AM   #8
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Default Very good Andrewlebon

I am glad you like it...it is good to see that some friends trust in the Dx Corporation (the Audiophile Union)

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Old 12th June 2012, 02:36 PM   #9
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Default I have decided to go straight to the best one to make the strongest one

I will base the Xs in the Dx Blame ST.

A video about:

Straight to the best to make the strongest - YouTube

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When will you try a symmetrical design Carlos?
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