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Tyimo 1st June 2006 05:04 PM

Where are the ZV9 builders???
 
Hi!

After couple of months of the Lovoltech fever and heavy grup buys, I would like to know who built the ZV9 already???

What are the oppinions, experiences, listening test?!?!?

Greets:

Tyimo

steenoe 1st June 2006 06:53 PM

Tyimo, I ask myself the same question;) As to your question about anyone building the ZenV9, take a look here:D :
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...974#post888974
The sound is just amazingly good from that amp, the topend is just smooth and great:) The only little catch is the limited power-rating of 2x 15 watt's. My main speakers are rated at 82dB sensitivity and my second pair are rated atn 86 dB. The ZenV9 sounds great with my second pair:) Which are ProAc 1s clones:)
On another note, I hate to think that I am actually the only one building stuff around here??:o :o

Steen:cool:

Bas Horneman 1st June 2006 07:30 PM

Not finished yet unfortunately
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...246&highlight=

will take a while..I'm saving up for a nice chassis from a vendor in my own little town!!! :bigeyes: :bigeyes: :bigeyes: just discovered him on the net..and the store is practically next door!!!

http://www.rt-audio.nl/easypage_9.html

steenoe 1st June 2006 07:47 PM

Bas, that doesnt look bad at all:) Any idea what the prices are like??

Steen:cool:

Bas Horneman 1st June 2006 08:04 PM

- 2HE (88mm high) width 435mm depth 300mm 119,-

- 3HE (135mm hoog) 435mm breed 300mm diep 149,-

- 4HE (180mm hoog) 435mm breed 300mm diep 169,-

- 4HE (180mm hoog) 435mm breed 400mm diep 199,-

Hi Steen,

It's on the page as well...but I'll do a translation (just of the first sentence ;)

The handles are 32,50 per pair. i.e. not included in the prices mentioned above.

harryeng 1st June 2006 10:19 PM

And if you are wondering: The version with 18 CM high and 30 CM deep will result in 47 degrees celcius when running a standard Aleph 5.

The largest one can dissipate 400 Watt.

Rick is really into the Pass scene. On my request he even added a 2x60V, 2x12V 120 VAC encapsulated transformer to his goodies. Great for the Kari boards!

Greetings, Harry

DocLorren 1st June 2006 10:34 PM

I can also recommend this company. Quick to reply on emails, focussed on what we like and nice products for a reasonable price. (no affiliation whatsoever btw.)

Magura 1st June 2006 10:52 PM

I threw a quick ZV9 together a couple of days ago, but wasn't particulary impressed with it, so it had a real short lifespan. At this moment I'm playing around with a mutation of the ZV1 which is heavily biased and using a different bias circuit, it sure sounds better to my ears than the ZV9.

Magura :)

Bas Horneman 1st June 2006 10:58 PM

Quote:

I threw a quick ZV9 together a couple of days ago, but wasn't particulary impressed with it
So...what are you going to do now with your power jFet's?:angel:

Magura 2nd June 2006 01:34 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Bas Horneman

So...what are you going to do now with your power jFet's?:angel:


For now I will limit myself to making an all jfet balanced single ended amp, something like ZV7, just jfet and lower rails.

Besides that I have planned to make a cascoded version as well, so I am actually in the market for a few more jefets, I only got like 30 or 40 of them.

Magura :)


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