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levyte357 wrote: c)actual cost
d)actual cost of shipping to UK
levyte357 wrote: Hi mate, thanks for pics in email and info.
This is usually enough to convince people to buy unseen amps from China.
When one arrives in UK. People will go to hear it in demo/session, and word spreads from there.
Can tell you now, At least myself, Ren, Tekasis, Saul, TweeterBox, Paulus would be anxious to see all this info.
So Kanwar why is it when I suggested a mono block you said its not available but when Lev asked you said it was? Eh,Eh? :eh:
NITZ V1505 wrote: Kanwar/ Xmax have you ever considered a monoblock version of your 10Kw amp so its in 2 halves ?
Yes man... smiley20 (Really need to read more of the forum)..
3U mono-block, delivering 4K at 2 ohms, with 4x speakons.
If it could deliver rated output continuously with 50hz sinewave input, without overheating or thermalling, would do well in UK Roots Circles.
Would need pile of smoothing though, allowing it to still perform on saggy mains like jts mono-blocks.
Would half the 10K amp in 2 ohm monoblock form weigh about 32kg !?
What would price be ?
The new version will incorporate lightwieght and all the features you have mentioned 4X speakons[if 2ohms model only], 20Hz sinewave ready, 1.5 X SMPS rating of amp power. Better thermal headroom than this previous class-H.
We shall nick name this as Project Welder smiley20
But the price will touch one bar above due to overrated components and this is where people back off usually.
The current dual mono amp is about 52kgs, so single monoblock would be around 30kgs
Didn't you saw the bank of 36 X 18000MFD/65V caps........
Can you shed more light on ROOTs Pre-amp[read somewhere on the forum]
Trance addict wrote: Looks like a cool beast smiley1
what kind of output figures should we expect at 4/8 ohms? Does it have a PFC circuit?
NITZ V1505 wrote:
A Roots preamp is a mixer/eq/x over all in one unit which the prefered weapon of choice for Roots Reggae sound systems. The units provide the sound operator to tune the frequencies optimally for each tune played. The signal that comes out of these things can be dangerous especially the sub bass. This is why the amp has to be heavy duty.
bee wrote: lev why not see who would want the amp..... say 10 of you do, all chip in on one unit to get it over hear in the uk. then do your test etc to see if it is what you want and can handle the ruggers of a roots system, then order 9 in........... That way your on to a win win, if its not up to the job, its not a big £ loss divided by 10 people, if it is what you want then great order 9 more. Or get one yourself and see if you can be the uk distributor....... with your contacts could be a double win win smiley2