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FS: 6 channel Gainclone amp

homemade

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2004-07-22 3:42 am
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ELAN 6 channel LM3886 amp with nice power supply (4 X 10,000uf/50v Nichicons), large torriod transformer. Very low profile in nice understated case. The line out board was removed. Really a cool little amp if you need 6 channels

$150+ shipping
 

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Hmm . . . I run a Rane SSA-6 right now and the fan noise is not too much fun to listen to. I could disable, but the amp might get hot. Although with the power I use it blows cold air all the time. Any one think this amp might be a better amp than mine? How much power does each channel put out into 8 ohms and 4 ohms?
 
Hmm . . . I run a Rane SSA-6 right now and the fan noise is not too much fun to listen to. I could disable, but the amp might get hot. Although with the power I use it blows cold air all the time. Any one think this amp might be a better amp than mine? How much power does each channel put out into 8 ohms and 4 ohms?

Likely 50 to 60 wpc depending on the rail voltage. Tough to beat the LM3886 for good clean sound. Very stable chip with built in overheat protection.
$150 is a good but IMHO. I have built several of these 2 channel chip amps and it's hard to keep the cost below $150 for just two channels.
 

homemade

Member
2004-07-22 3:42 am
us
Hi Guys.

I'm located in NY. Long Island to be exact.

The amp is indeed very cool ; excellent construction , oversized transformer , good power supply. Real nice 2" high chassis. Measures about 15" wide X 10" deep. About 22lbs.

I think the rails run at 35v , so you'll get 50w into 8ohms