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Old 6th May 2005, 01:17 PM   #11
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...we would all be building super-efficient ClassD amps. But we don't.
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Old 6th May 2005, 04:34 PM   #12
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You know, i like to talk cars.
I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Corvette Zee-O-Six here.
This one will put the stuff made in Modena, Italy, in the shades.
Not because it has the biggest engine, that they already did in the 70s : worst Vette ever.

Because they made a lot of this one lighter, with SOTA technology.
On top of that this one even has decent mileage, they might even put the technology on it that will make it drive on 4 cylinders when needed for better mpg.

You can put the biggest transformer in any amplifier, maybe it will do better on a straight line, but wil it do better in the curves.

I am doing the Leach right now.
With discrete voltage regulation on the front end, by using a raised voltage through a small step-up transformer that will have a second life.
With discrete voltage regulation on the driver stage, same way.
Fat chance that i would ever use such an amplifier on a subwoofer, but to quote Mr. Ball : Eat It for Brekkie !!
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Jacco, perhaps you should try out motorcycles if you are looking for real performance....
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Jacco, perhaps you should try out motorcycles if you are looking for real performance....
Don't forget the fuel economy...
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