audfile74 said:i took a look at the audiosector ssite and from what i caould see , his setup starts out as a stereo amp. i may be mistaken. i don't want to have to bridge to get mono. i want to go mono from the beginning.
audfile74 said:so , what is the sonic diff between the 3885 and the 4780?
audfile74 said:thanks for the response daniel, that makes things clearer.i thnk the 4780 will work best for me.
i am a lowlevel beginner but i have a clear sense of what i want. murphy's law , there is probably not a kit that matches my ideas
also, i want to find a board that is designed as a one peice, not prescored
the audiosector kit uses 1 4780,is their a kit out there that uses 2 4780 per channel, and, has boards for individual channels?? if so, can some one post a link?
it may seem amateur of me but i think that a circuit that is designed to run mono from the start should have advantages over a bridged design due to reduced parts count, if designed as such, and less phase issues.bridging seems to add parts. just a preferance and opinions that's all.
another question. can the 4780 be used like a regular amp circuit in the sense that you have multiples of the same circuit in order to increase the power: example 2 4780 = 4 3886
i hope i am not lokking too stupid. i'm learning slowly and you all are makingme think.thanks for your patience
audfile74 said:i have been curious about chip amps for a minute and i was wondering if there was a kit maker out there that has a front to back mono,not bridged stereo, design. i'd like to do a pair of mono amps . what type of power can i expect in comparison to a regular stereo setup?