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Old 4th October 2006, 09:29 PM   #1
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Default T-amp 25W or more (prebuilt) suggestions

Any suggestions for a prebuilt 25W or more (per side) T-amp?
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Do you really need 25 watts per channel? Have you seen the 41Hz kits?

http://www.41hz.com/Forums/default.asp
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Old 5th October 2006, 02:07 AM   #3
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Yes, I believe I need more than 15. This is for an outdoor system that could supply tunes for a small/medium sized party.
I have seen the 41 kits that you speak of, but I was hoping to find something prebuilt thats bigger than the SI.
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Old 5th October 2006, 11:24 AM   #4
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BWRX. Sorry to pick yuo up on this but the nasty condition you say one in five enjoys is spelt DIARRHOEA. The reason I know this is because when my son was very young he devised this mnemonic Dig In And Run Right Home Or Else Accident ! Quite why I don't know but it has stuck (no pun intended) ever since.
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Yes, I believe I need more than 15. This is for an outdoor system that could supply tunes for a small/medium sized party.
I have seen the 41 kits that you speak of, but I was hoping to find something prebuilt thats bigger than the SI.
Thanks!
You could probably get someone to build one of the kits for you. You'd still have to build the supply and connect everything up though.

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BWRX. Sorry to pick yuo up on this but the nasty condition you say one in five enjoys is spelt DIARRHOEA. The reason I know this is because when my son was very young he devised this mnemonic Dig In And Run Right Home Or Else Accident ! Quite why I don't know but it has stuck (no pun intended) ever since.
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Any suggestions for a prebuilt 25W or more (per side) T-amp?

out of curiosity, why need it to be a t-amp?
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Old 5th October 2006, 05:32 PM   #7
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Because I'm going to make a portable system running on batteries and it seems like the T-amps are the most efficient...
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Old 5th October 2006, 05:58 PM   #8
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Have you at least tried the SI T-amp? You might be surprised at just how loud the thing will get, and clean, too. I don't know what kind of speakers you want to drive, though....

I mean, running on batteries into my 87 db efficient JBL S26s (2way bookshelfs) I can make some serious noise. Enough, imho, for a small/medium party. For only $30 it might be worth a test run.
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Old 6th October 2006, 03:09 AM   #9
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Yeah, I suppose you're right...it's worth a try. I just figured that because most people say that the bass is weak and that it can't handle being turned up loud, that I should use something a little more powerful (but still based on the tripath design).
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If you do the "classic" mod a la Michael Mardis and use good quallity poly input caps and improve the power rail cap you will get good bass.
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