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Old 24th July 2014, 09:33 AM   #1
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Default QSC PL-325 and PLX-1802 fan cooling noise

Hi,

I would be interested in those QSC amps (PL-340, and possibly the PLX-1802).
This is class H amps with switched supplies.

In particular PL-340 is described as "the ultimate analog amp" by QSC. It seems indeed to have very good performances.

As I would often use it in domestical environment (on my tri-amped HR JBL system), a critical point for me is the fan cooling noise. I would like not to hear it at low electrical power (or when music is OFF), let say at 1m distance.

Do someone knows these amplifiers (in particular the PL-340 or its brother the PL-325), and could confirm me the lack of fan cooling noise?

Thanks in advance

Bruno
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