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Old 24th May 2001, 03:43 PM   #11
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should i even consider a digital amp it sure as hell must have spdif input...it would be stupid to convert the signal from analog (recording) to digital (cd) to analog (dac= to digital (amp) and once again to analog (speaker)......



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Old 25th May 2001, 03:12 AM   #12
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Hi,

Maybe you should try using IC's from National, they have pretty good power amplifier IC that you could bridge to obtain greater power. By bridging 4 x LM3875 or LM3886 you could get up to 200 W in 8 ohm.

Good luck

Eric

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Old 31st August 2001, 06:26 AM   #13
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It can't be that bad. The fact that belcanto uses this chips in the evo series amps( with rave reviews I might add) is significant for me. Especially because this is a company with a rich history of good tube/analog sound. The sell the chips on the high end for 38 a pice or you can buy the developers kit ( basically a built amp board sans power supply) for 300 USD for the top of the line one. I plan on building one as soon as I can find a kit or get some good board designs done. Hope this is helpful
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Old 9th September 2001, 06:15 PM   #14
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hi.

we have the boards and the chips available (not much idea in making one board i think).

let me know if you need a board and / or more info.

bye k madsen - http://www.cadaudio.dk
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