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Old 8th April 2020, 12:22 PM   #1
Kashtan is offline Kashtan  Ukraine
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Default Hi to all!

As you can see, this not my first post, but i have got questions, and i don`t know where to place it here.
So, i planning to build DIY Infinity Baffle loudspeakers, maximum a bigger for me modest appartaments, size of surface for each around 2m2, approximate 22 ft2. This very high sensitive - 97 db, not less.
On this moment i have one amplifier, tube, 4 watt class A on output 6P14P pentodes. I complete a satisfaction this amp, but i finding best.
So, my question is next: what amplifiers do i need to look at, or what features, or parameters, so that the amplifier perfectly conveys dynamic and macrodynamic sounds, such as explosions and shots.
I look forward to DIY kits sure, but possible of all variants.

Thank you, and be careful!
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Old 8th April 2020, 02:04 PM   #2
lindamar is offline lindamar  Spain
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Hello and welcome !
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