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|3rd June 2008, 03:49 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2004
Location: Perth, Australia
FS: Carver M1.5T 600w rms 8 ohm/channel
One M1.5T 240v. 350w RMS/channel 8 ohm, 600w RMS/8 ohms (for short time period, no clipping). Perfect for low efficiency ribbons or big subwoofer.
Has an annoying low level power supply buzz in output. Would likely cost under $10 to fix if you know electronics, dry joint or small capacitor dead somewhere. Anyway, other than that, it works well.
Also I have an M1.0T (110v) (200w RMS/ 8 ohms 400w RMS 8 ohms short term, 1000w 8 ohms bridged!!!!!)that does not work. All is there and it simply needs a few transistors (not the massive number of output transistors, they are fine), just a few small signal transistors. Easy fix also, maybe $20........
All these amps have amazing headroom - class leading even today. These amps are from the mid 80's.
I have workshop manuals for both - makes it easy
All offers considered
email: graeme_bentink at yahoo.com
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