Unfortunately in your case the EF3-4 board can not be trimmed down to suit the EF3-3 footprint.I have a question about the EF3-4 board. I know you can use it with only 3 pair, but can the board be trimmed down to fit a 300mm deep chassis if run with only 3 pairs? I ask because I am on the fence about my chassis size and my goals for this build.
Is there a cutoff date for the first group buy? I put in for EF3-4, but may opt for the EF3-3 or a pair of each if the boards cannot be trimmed.
Hi Nikos,I was also interested in a 4-pair board but I was disappointed by its length. I think that in the board of 3 pairs, 4 pairs of transistors fit with a little work ...look the board of TITAN 2000 4 pairs and drivers ONLY 260mm.
Υes my friend of course and your explanation helpsHi Nikos,
The Titan 2000 design uses a different shape of heatsink and was designed for use with forced cooling (fans)
The layout of the Wolverine EF3-4 is more suitable for passive cooling (no fans) and the distance between devices will actually help distribute the heat evenly across the heatsink.
Hope this helps
Yes I remember reading the magazine at the time.Υes my friend of course and your explanation helps
I would just like a board with 4 pairs to be more compact only that.....
Some pcs 2005-2006 now this amp does not exist anymore....all by hands pcb....
Last pic from Elektor lab...
Τhank you for caring about my health, your kindness .... unless you imply something else but I find it difficult to understand because English is not my mother spoken language..