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Old 6th November 2018, 07:01 PM   #711
t-minik is online now t-minik  France
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Hi all

I have to change the (not very good and, now dead) amp board on my step father's Marantz PM50.

the supply is dc +/- 47v and i would like to use an LJM class A/B or D design.

If any one have tried some of these boards, can you tell me sound wise which one is the best to you between MX50X2, L20SE or L15d-pro ?
Max power doesn't really mater, SQ is the most important thing in that perticular case.

what are the last revision (or best transistors) of these boards please ?

Best regards.
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