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Old 2nd May 2005, 09:01 PM   #1
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Old 4th May 2005, 07:59 PM   #2
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some opinions pls.... witch one?
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Old 4th May 2005, 10:33 PM   #3
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In MY opinion, you need to ask a question before you ever can get an answer.

If you are asking which one wins in a fist fight, then I go for the av400 because the number is so big in the name of the amplifier. Seriously,


Try again, please.
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Old 4th May 2005, 10:56 PM   #4
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You may have your heart set on one of the two amps you listed in the title but the high power version of Rods P101 is a comparabale design. Many of the specs are right up there with the AV400 such as the rail voltage at +-70 and output at around 180 RMS into 4 ohm. Just my two cents worth.

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You may have your heart set on one of the two amps you listed in the title but the high power version of Rods P101 is a comparabale design. Many of the specs are right up there with the AV400 such as the rail voltage at +-70 and output at around 180 RMS into 4 ohm. Just my two cents worth.

Brian

Actually, his website states
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With the full supply voltage of +/-70V (which must not be exceeded!), RMS power is around 180W into 8 ohms, or 250W into 4ohms. Short term (or "music") power is typically about 240W into 8 ohms and 380W into 4 ohms. Note that depends to a very great degree on the power supply, and a very robust supply is an absolute requirement for the maximum output."
This is a very good sounding amp and fairly easy to build. It was my first amp.

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Thanks Terry, I typed the RMS spec wrong. It's 180 into 8 ohms as stated in the quote above.

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