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Old 22nd November 2011, 05:26 AM   #101
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Thank you Ghent, package arrived safely today.

Does anyone have the "designers manual"? I have the data sheet from the icepower site, but it refers to the designers manual for various applications.
I have the "designers manual", please send email to me directly: windowsxp@vip.163.com, thanks!

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Old 22nd November 2011, 07:14 AM   #102
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Hi Ghent and Dalgard,
I was also thinking about 50ASX2 BTL for balanced monoblocks. Is there any availability of these?

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Old 22nd November 2011, 11:03 AM   #103
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Hi Ghent,

I just send you a mail and the order is done with you as well!
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Old 22nd November 2011, 01:40 PM   #104
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Hi Ghent and Dalgard,
I was also thinking about 50ASX2 BTL for balanced monoblocks. Is there any availability of these?

Jakub
Now we haven't 50ASX2 module.
Recently, we are planning to develop RCA->XLR converter for 125ASX2, maybe also for 50ASX2(BTL version), then add this RCA->XLR converter as a option of our case.

It seems there is a little difference between 50ASX2 and 125ASX2, especially the onboard DC output. So we might develop two different converter for both modules. We are still doing research...

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Old 5th December 2011, 03:16 PM   #105
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Hello Ghent,
Thaks I just inform you that my modules have reached my home!
Thanks for the nice and fast deal!

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Old 15th December 2011, 02:00 AM   #106
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Hello Ghent,
Thaks I just inform you that my modules have reached my home!
Thanks for the nice and fast deal!

Regards
Mathias
Hi Mathias,

You are welcome, it's my pleasure to provide such DIY kits in diyaudio for all of yours Enjoy your modules!

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Old 15th December 2011, 02:15 AM   #107
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Default New version of diy-suite cases are coming soon:)

Hi Guys,

First many thanks for all support from diyaudio members!

Now, all first version of DIY kits in stock were already sold out. As all of you knew, the first edition of diy-suite case run as following two modes:
  • Stereo type: 2 * 125W via RCA inputs
  • Mono Block: 1 * 450W via XLR input

Then recently we are making new version of diy-suite case, and developing RCA->XLR converting PCB inside the case as a option. So new version of diy-suite case will support Mono Block via XLR or RCA inputs

Also, there are two kinds of new version cases:
  • 100A case: one 125ASX2 module + one RCA->XLR converting PCB
  • 200A case: two 125ASX2 modules + two RCA->XLR converting PCB

I will release some new pictures once getting new version cases, the lead time of new version of cases would be the beginning of Jan, 2012

Happy Christmas, and happy new year

Best Regards,
Ghent

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Old 15th December 2011, 07:27 PM   #108
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Hi Ghent,
I'm looking forward to modding my current 125asx2 kit to a mono block and ordering a 2nd amp kit for the other mono channel once these are available in 2012!
I Can't wait to see the pictures and understand how the rca to XLR board allows this amp to work in BTL mode.
Happy Holidays to you!
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Old 16th December 2011, 08:53 AM   #109
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Default HELP Requested

I'm finally getting around to putting the amps together but want to do things a little differently.
I want to install a MiniDSP unit in the case that requires 12VDC 200mA to power it, the Icepower module has a 24V+/- 250mA unregulated Aux supply.

My questions are;

Can I use a regulator like this:

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to bring the voltage down to 12V, straight off the 24V+ supply?

Is the MiniDSP a capacitive load? As the Icepower data sheet talks about needing to pay special attention if connecting capacitive loads to the Aux supply, & I dont know a great deal about that sort of thing

Does anyone have a copy of the ICEpower125ASX2
Designer’s Manual. as I cannot find one to download

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Old 16th December 2011, 12:54 PM   #110
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Hi DQ,
If you have the Jaycar regulator connected to the 24V supply, it does not matter what kind of load the miniDSP is, as only the regulator will see that load. In this scenario, the potential capacitive load will be from the regulator cct itself. If the cct has caps across the input, then you will have your capacitive load. You will need to have a resistor (depends on capacitive load) in series to the reg cct.
Also, if you drain 200mA at 12V from the regulator, you will be dropping 12V at 200mA (about 2.5W) in the regulator itself, requiring extra heatsinking no doubt.

Ghent sent the DM to me by email, thanks again Ghent.
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