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Old 17th January 2011, 09:23 AM   #51
v-bro is offline v-bro  Netherlands
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If it was a serious temperature it wouldn't be nonsense, with this temperature it is. I have a pile of car amps here that have lived in cars for many many years and they all run MUCH hotter than this chip. Hence my remark to call it nonsense.... call it experience....

Very soon I shall be test running this amplifier and I shall show you some pictures of the temperature measurements, including ambient. I can pinpoint parts temp and board temp. You'll see your worrying is unfounded...
Max. cone displacement can be several foot on any speaker!Too bad it can be done only once......

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