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|27th January 2013, 07:22 PM||#31|
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Wich very often ends up with keeping the heatsink temp lower than 60°'C
Sooner or later you end up with TANDBERG
|27th January 2013, 08:14 PM||#32|
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No it doesn't in reality in any meaningful way.
The dynamics of music and the fact most people don't listen at clipping
levels, usually -6dB to -10dB below that should be your normal level if
your amplifier is wisely chosen to match your system, means the drop
of dissipation is very low, and is hardly what one would call "cooler".
There is more misinformation in your statement than the real fact.
Which is course is true. If you have a class A amplifier you will never
notice. It will never appear to run cooler unless you put full power
continuous sine waves through it, which are no fun to listen to.
(Or ply it with one of those hideous no dynamic range CD's at
full power, but then what would be the point of a class A amp ?)
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