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Riccardo Balistrerri
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2006 2:38 am    Post subject: Re: good amplifier Reply with quote

"Steve Marshall" <sdm@atmos.plusBlocka.com> wrote in message
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"ri" <riccardo.balistreri@poste.it> wrote
I need it to drive loudspeakers to measure their frequency response...
might use sine sweep and fft with mls chirp the clio system is quite
flexible

80W sounds like a big amp for a bit of testing. You can buy amps in kit
form that aren't too expensive from electonics suppliers. Maplins have
various things available.

Steve M
Dear Steve,


I'm located in Malaysia, there's an electronic shop I could buy things, but
how reliable what I build will be? How about integrated power amplifiers,
like some of the TDA, or lm4702, some claim to have very low distortion. how
about the class... I should seek for class A, or AB is also fine... it's a
bit more complicated like that, but for sure a lot cheaper solution than
buying a branded. I was able to find a shop that was selling crown, they had
the 45W per channel studio reference amplifier, but it's a bit costly, and
they need eight weeks to deliver! That's another problem being in Malaysia.

R.
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Steve Marshall
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PostPosted: Sat May 27, 2006 1:22 pm    Post subject: Re: good amplifier Reply with quote

"ri" <riccardo.balistreri@poste.it> wrote
Quote:
I need it to drive loudspeakers to measure their frequency response...
might use sine sweep and fft with mls chirp the clio system is quite
flexible

80W sounds like a big amp for a bit of testing. You can buy amps in kit form
that aren't too expensive from electonics suppliers. Maplins have various
things available.

Steve M
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Riccardo Balistrerri
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Joined: 19 Apr 2006
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2006 2:22 am    Post subject: Re: good amplifier Reply with quote

I need it to drive loudspeakers to measure their frequency response... might
use sine sweep and fft with mls chirp the clio system is quite flexible
"Noral Stewart" <noral.stewart@ixdotnetcomdotcom> wrote in message
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It would probably help if you could describe what you need the amplifier
to do.

You might get more help from an audio forum.


"ri" <riccardo.balistreri@poste.it> wrote in message
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Dear All,

I'm getting Clio measurement system, I need a good amplifier, but my
budget is already tight...also, I'm located in Malesia so it needs to be a
world famous brand, I was thinking about a 80W on 8W max. I was thinking
of searching for a Carver, but the more names you can give me the better.
I've been out of biz for almost two years I'm starting to forget names
(I've met the guy that's why it keeps on popping in my mind)

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Noral Stewart
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 10:33 am    Post subject: Re: good amplifier Reply with quote

It would probably help if you could describe what you need the amplifier to
do.

You might get more help from an audio forum.


"ri" <riccardo.balistreri@poste.it> wrote in message
news:446abc18_1@news.tm.net.my...
Dear All,

I'm getting Clio measurement system, I need a good amplifier, but my budget
is already tight...also, I'm located in Malesia so it needs to be a world
famous brand, I was thinking about a 80W on 8W max. I was thinking of
searching for a Carver, but the more names you can give me the better. I've
been out of biz for almost two years I'm starting to forget names (I've met
the guy that's why it keeps on popping in my mind)

Thanks
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Riccardo Balistrerri
science forum beginner


Joined: 19 Apr 2006
Posts: 11

PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2006 6:00 am    Post subject: good amplifier Reply with quote

Dear All,

I'm getting Clio measurement system, I need a good amplifier, but my budget is already tight...also, I'm located in Malesia so it needs to be a world famous brand, I was thinking about a 80W on 8W max. I was thinking of searching for a Carver, but the more names you can give me the better. I've been out of biz for almost two years I'm starting to forget names (I've met the guy that's why it keeps on popping in my mind)

Thanks
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