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Old 24th December 2011, 02:42 PM   #121
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Old 25th December 2011, 10:36 AM   #122
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I had a frantic few days before Christmas, building my two children Icepower/MiniDSP amps.

What I can tell you is, that if I was left to build the ARK, you all would have drowned.

I did managed to get the amps finished Christmas eve so no harm done.

They have been built using the Icepower kit available from a nice Chinese man on diyAudio, with a MiniDSP crammed into the case. I decided to go for a 12v PSU from various dead modems for the MiniDSP's, the plan is to leave the DSP on 24/7 & only switch the amp on & off, to avoid the horrible noise the DSP makes when being turned on/off. It's not the most elegant or Enviro friendly solution but I ran out of time & space for a better one.

They will run a set of speakers & supply the signal to the Sub I have made for the daughters 18th, better put the Sub together tomorrow as her birthday's the day after. My son get's a sub for his next birthday.

We gave my sons a run using the speaker's I built him for his 18th & all where very impressed, I have to say for the moment the amp modules seem pretty good & very well behaved.

Merry Christmas everybody.
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Old 25th December 2011, 11:08 AM   #123
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Thumbs up Happy new year!!!

Hi David,

I was impressed so much by your innovation in Christmas Holidays, also impressed by your love to your childrens!!! My son is 12, I love it very much too.

And, I love the last two pictures, I hope our case is not very heavy

You are a great father, wonderful inventor, also a excellent photographer

Merry Christmas, also Happy new year, to David, to all friends!!!

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Old 25th December 2011, 11:10 AM   #124
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Excellent work, but why have you soldered some cable directly to the ice pcb? because of the little connector pins? ..oh do you have a link to the USB-port with this short cable which you've used for the miniDSP?
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Old 26th December 2011, 06:23 AM   #125
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Hi David,

I was impressed so much by your innovation in Christmas Holidays, also impressed by your love to your childrens!!! My son is 12, I love it very much too.

And, I love the last two pictures, I hope our case is not very heavy

You are a great father, wonderful inventor, also a excellent photographer

Merry Christmas, also Happy new year, to David, to all friends!!!

Ghent
Thanks for the nice words.
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Old 26th December 2011, 06:42 AM   #126
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Excellent work, but why have you soldered some cable directly to the ice pcb? because of the little connector pins? ..oh do you have a link to the USB-port with this short cable which you've used for the miniDSP?
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I solder the speaker cables underneath because there is so little room between the boards where the cables are suppose to plug in.
Yes the signal cables are soldered underneath because of the LITTLE connector pins. Actually one amp has the signal cable soldered using good quality cable & one has the supplied connector used, I had planned on doing some A/B testing to see if I could hear any difference but I ran out of time & now I don't think it will ever happen.
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As long as it works whay not. I don't think you'll here any difference.
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Old 1st January 2012, 05:29 AM   #128
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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,
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Ghent,
Any update on your new cases?

Happy New Year!

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Any update on your new cases?

Happy New Year!

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Yes, any update? I'm interested too
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Old 8th January 2012, 03:19 AM   #130
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Hi everyone,

Recently, Christmas, New Year, also the coming Chinese New year, so many holidays delayed or will delay our progress of new version cases.

Also, it's more and more hard to get modules, till now we haven't got enough modules for this batch of cases.

Whatever, we estimated that, we will release some new version of Diy-Suite, about 20th Jan, and will release the new prices about 15th.

Thanks for everyone's help, still happy new year

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