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Old 29th November 2014, 08:07 PM   #1
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Default Amp Modules and PS for sale

I have a few amp parts for sale. A few years ago I purchased a power supply and two amp boards to make a nice amp with. The hook up and testing was a bit more than I was prepared for.

They are all Connexelectronic parts. The power supply is SMPS3K6QR and is going for $299 right now.

The amp modules are LME49810, there are two for stereo, and they are going for $135 each right now.

Power Supply: Connexelectronic
Amp Modules: Connexelectronic

The amps are each capable of 550 watts at 4 ohms and have nice built in heat sinks. The heat sinks are a little scuffed up as they were shipped to me with the fins interlocking...but they should be in good working condition, never been hooked up or messed with.

The power supply is supposed to work with these amps specifically. It came damaged slightly, Two of the big caps were off when I received the package and while corresponding with Cristi from Connexelectronic's he thought at my suggestion that I might be able to resolder them. I never tested it properly to see if I did it right, the testing procedure was slightly involved. Not probably hard for an amp guy, but I was not comfortable with it. It involved using a light bulb, etc. and I just didn't understand what to do. I've built an amp previously but it was a Sure amp,... easy to hook up unit. I just wanted to try something more powerful. I was not willing to hook this thing up wrong and blow it.

So I'd like to sell the whole thing, PS and both amps. I figure the PS could be made to work easy enough, but it may be a slight gamble on the buyers end. There was really no damage to any of the parts, but as I said, two caps were lose/missing.

I'd like $250 for all... plus whatever shipping will be.
I have one person I offered first crack on this to, but then it's up for grabs.

I realize I'm new here, but I hang out at Parts Express's Tech Talk board as TomZ (Tom Zarbo) quite a bit. I'm more of a speaker guy than an amp guy, and I guess I should probably keep it that way!

Thanks for looking,

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