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Old 22nd November 2002, 03:46 PM   #1
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Well im finally done my n-channel thank you to all that helped me..

Final thoughts.

heat sink gets a little warm after 1 hour with no load.
Am sounds clean as far as i can tell. is 74.3v per rail exactly. biased at 31mv and completed as of last night November 21 2002.

all that is left to do is build a case ( cube ) and put the amp inside. as my thougts appear in my head im going to put a small fan inside the case to move air over the fins just to keep it cool.

thanks people from diyaudio.com for all the help
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Old 22nd November 2002, 04:09 PM   #2
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Nice amp. Even cooler speaker.

Is it a monoblock, or stereo?
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Hard as nails outer shell , protects what is inside.
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Old 22nd November 2002, 04:34 PM   #4
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My amp. Well it is a mono block. I bought the board 3 years ago and was planning on using it for my 15 sub but now. Over the 3 years I have finished it and gotten more into my stereo instead of just loud bass. So now Im going to use it for my computer sub. Since I listen to a lot of tunes on my computer. And the box was just a 15 min job to make the speaker work a little ( I SAID LITTLE ) harder : O )
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One of these days (read: when I have the cash, which probably won't be any time soon) I need to build a sub for my HT. I'm not sure which amp I'll use. I have the parts for a Leach amp, but I want something with a little more power. I'm not sure whether I'll buy the additional parts for a Leach Super amp, or go the MOSFET route... Anthony's stuff looks really good.
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Old 22nd November 2002, 09:39 PM   #6
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i Recommend a n-channel amp there nice easy and work awsome.
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