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Old 28th June 2010, 06:36 AM   #201
fredlock is offline fredlock  United States
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Vladimir, what's the power output of your Zen V9 version on 8 ohms? Just curious
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Old 28th June 2010, 01:09 PM   #202
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Vladimir, what's the power output of your Zen V9 version on 8 ohms? Just curious
"Real" loudspeakers with a crossover, even if rated as 8 Ohms, in 95% of cases have impedance dips close to 3-4 Ohms at 50-100 Hz frequencies. Phase shift between current and voltage and some other factors make the situation even worse. Believe, if one intends to listen real possibilities of schematics, design it for 2,5 Ohms.
In my case maximum peak current of 9,6A is provided, i.e. I am safe up to 22V voltage peaks at 2,5 Ohms. My speakers are quite a "real" - PMC EB1i rated at 4 Ohms. For them, version of Zen9 with idle current of 4,8A is more comfortable than the previous version with 3,8A. For home listening, crystal clear tube-like sound of Zen9 is remaining, and the bass can hardly be improved.
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Old 29th June 2010, 04:50 PM   #203
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Your sticker are in the mail yggdrasil. Your zen 9 looks great....thanks for the pics.
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Old 6th November 2018, 10:42 PM   #204
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Default Zen V9 amplifier

High quality build, heatsink 190x190x40mm 4pcs, housing 380x190x435mm, front panel made from massive wood (Quercus), custom made toroid 525VA primary 230V and secondary 35V 7A +35V 7A. PCB boards from Peter Daniel & Veteran.
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Old 7th November 2018, 06:48 AM   #205
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Nice, I like that.
Are you in Ljubljana? If yes, sometime I may come for a visit, and a listen
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