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  1. Almost 3 years ago now I wrote my first 'real' review for SNA. https://www.stereo.net.au/reviews/classe-sigma-2200i-integrated-amplifier And I liked the amp that Marc sent me to review. I liked it a lot. So much in fact that when the opportunity came up to buy one for a 'measly' $3500, I took it. That ebay transaction fell through and my money was refunded, which disappointed me no end , so I was forced to soldier on. With the news that Classe was closing down I was hit hard, no more Classe meant that when I was ready for it there might not be a Sigma 2200i ready for me. Then came the news that Classe was being bought, followed by the news that the Sigma range was probably not going to be continued, which made me happy initially but then just as sad. It looked like there would be no Sigma 2200i for me. So I was pretty damn happy when one popped up on SNA for the same price I was willing to pay via ebay. After all, this is the integrated amp that sits at number one on my list of favourite all time amplifiers. So, to celebrate my acquiring of what is highly likely to be my end game integrated amp * I've decided to release the scores I awarded it in my initial review. I didn't put them in to the initial write up as that sort of thing is just not done in official reviews. But, just because the scores I give to each and every amp I review may never see the light of day in any official capacity doesn't mean I don't evaluate and award them in the first place. They just stay on my sheet of notes. However now that I'm an owner it's less official and more personal, so those numbers are about to be set free. I'm going to see if I can copy the original review and then add in the numbers in the next post. Hope this works. * Yeah I know, I didn't think it would ever happen either.
  2. Item: Nord One UP NC500DM Stereo ( dual mono ) Power Amplifier in Black with Sonic Imagery 994 Op Amp Location: Adelaide Price: 1900 neg Item Condition: Mint, As New Reason for selling: surplus Payment Method: EFT, cash, Paypal, COD - plus delivery Extra Info: 1 year old, bought new from pure music former australian dealer. Excellent sound, very high power 400wpc, high current. Hypex NC500 Class D modules. Hardly used. Moving house and later to active speakers. 1 pair balanced to rca cables included in sale as pictured . Be quick . Pictures:
  3. Just having a listen to this 1000W Class D power amp made by local person Chamila in Perth and it’s very good. I’m used to B&O ASC125 and 200 Class D amps, which are good in themselves, sweet and musical but a little fussy sometimes about driving some difficult load speakers, whereas the NCore 500 doesn’t have that issue with heaps of drive, similar or more detail and more neutral sounding. Drives everything well that I have like large 3 way speakers, two way standmounts and electrostatic speakers. Anyone considering these should give them a try. Pictures below with Alps volume control so can be used without a preamp.
  4. Item: retro-thermionic - DIY Tripath 150W Eastern Audio TechnologiesT3 monoblocks Location: Langwarrin Price: $890 serious offers considered. Will offer a $10 donation to SNA on sale of the amp. Item Condition: New, only a few hours of play 10/10 Reason for selling: about to build another Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+3%), bank transfer Extra Info: Each monoblock comprises a 300VAC toroidal power transformer 10A rectifier bridge and two 22,000uf (44,000uf in total per monoblock) Mundorf MLytic high end audio grade filter caps. The rectifier bridge is soldered directly to the first capacitor for maximum current transfer. The filter caps are bypassed by a polypropylene cap to ensure a quiet PS and provide a better audio return path through the PS. The power supply is rated 420W @10A. The enclosure are steel and Al in a cool blue\grey and beige colour scheme. Silver based WBT solder is used throughout with thick copper hookup wire. The binding posts are extra heavy duty three-way, insulated and solid brass and RCAs solid copper, palladium and Teflon. Each monoblock has an EFI/RFI power filter, fused and a ferrite choke on a captive power cord. Thick rubber feet isolate the amps which can be stacked or used side-by-side. The amp is dead quiet and extremely detailed and transparent. Sounds stage is what you expect from monoblocks, wide and detailed. Distortion is better than 0.05% just below full power which is 150W into 8ohms and 300W into 4ohms. Bass is extended and articulate treble clean with sibilance well controlled. There is a warm feel to the whole musical presentation. The amp is not suitable for very low impedance speakers. ELECTRICAL DISCLAIMER This product has not been manufactured by a qualified individual or company, therefore contains electrical circuits that do not necessarily comply with Australian Standards. I understand that as the seller, I may be liable to repercussions in the event of equipment failure. By advertising and selling this product, as the seller I also agree that I am solely liable, and the publisher of this website takes no responsibility for any injury or death resulting from, whether directly or indirectly, any accident that may happen as a result of the failure of the product being sold. If in doubt, seek the services of a qualified electrician to inspect the product to ensure it is safe for use. Pictures:
  5. Well it had to happen, my new speakers need 6 channels of ampiflying. What to do? Build some more class D! 250 Watts per mono should be enough for the mids, the woofers have a 400 Watter each. Tweeters run off a nice smooth Aleph 30. This may change as I might need more grunt for the tops. The finished item Mysterious Blue glow The source of the glow, not a 300B it's an LED, who'da guessed? Balanced input, WBT binding posts and Neutrik Powercon. What more could be needed?
  6. Item: Rotel RA1570 Integrated Amplifier (120W per channel @ 8ohms) Location: Glen Waverley, Victoria Item condition description: Excellent Price and price conditions: $1195. RRP: $2399. Reason for selling: Dismantling unused bedroom setup. Purchasing new HT speakers. Payment Methods: Paypal (add 3%), Cash - Pickup, Bank Transfer. Extra info: Excellent sounding amplifier with many many features. Selling at less than half of retail price. Original box no longer available but unit is in excellent condition and working perfectly. Was used in a very short lived vinyl setup that barely lasted a couple of months and was barely used even during that time. Review: http://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/rotel-ra-1570-review/ Product site: http://www.rotel.com.au/products/ra-1570-integrated-amplifier
  7. Was just looking at the Hypex website and noticed they're now selling their own NC400 kit form mono blocks. Rough estimate once posted and slugged with duties and tax I would guess these to be around $2500 landed. I've been using these same amps for over a year now and think they're fantastic value. Drives my Magnepan .7's with ease and some little power hungry Kefs I have too. Would be a perfect match for the LS50 me thinks. https://www.hypexshop.com/DetailServlet?detailID=7616
  8. Over the last few years I have, on and off, been interested in these little (and I do mean little!) amps. The quality of sound that you get out of them is pretty good (certainly in relation to their price) and I guess their small size could be considered a plus in some situations but I have to say that I am not really a fan. The small size makes them fiddly and attaching speaker wire to such a small component (and making sure the speaker wires don't touch each other) is surprisingly annoying. The last time I hooked up the SMSL Q5 to my system I had to put a book on top of it to stop the speaker wires from pulling it off the shelf. However... I have accumulated 3 of these little amps over the last few years and not really said anything about them (for various reasons) but now it just feels like time... so... let's meet the three amps. That's them, not one of them more than 3 times the size of their power supply. I have, from left to right, one NuForce Icon (not an Icon 2, the first one) which sports one input and a volume control which doubles as an on/off switch. Actually still available via ebay for about $240. It seems to be a 15wpc amp. One SMSL Q5, the most recent of the three (and available via ebay for approx $116) and a claimed 35 watts into 8 Ohms. This is a DAC/amp (or power DAC if you prefer) with usb, coax and optical in with one analog input that does not like a full line level signal (basically it is made for low level signals like ipods and MP3 players, the next model is claimed to be happy with a full line level signal). It includes bass, treble and balance adjustment functions. And lastly a Brik Integrated, bought from Wicked Digital a few years ago. It has 3 line level inputs, volume control, on/off and that's about it. Rated at about 20wpc. Brik's website still appears to be up and running so it may still be available. It retailed for somewhere between $200 and $250 if I recall correctly but I bought mine on special for $150. Usually I go through listening and making notes prior to writing up a post but this time I'm doing things in reverse so this post is more of a declaration of intent than an actual start of a review. So bear with me, I'm sort of working through details as I type and I'm trying not to think too much about the fact that I didn't really like the sound of any of these amps when I have listened to them in the past. I think I need to start completely fresh for this one. I'll swap out my Lenehans for a pair of Accusounds since hooking up budget amps to a $5K set of speakers does seem a bit out of place, the pair of Accusound Ref8.6 XD bookshelf speakers (RRP $350 but $99 via ebay) that I bought a few years ago to use as rears in a surround sound set up would be much more likely to be used with such amps in the real world. Fancy cables are out, I'll use Ugly cable speaker wire with Jaycar sourced banana plugs and a cheapie pair of ICs, or coax cable in the case of the Q5. Should really include a budget amp (full size amp I mean) in there as a reference too shouldn't I? Maybe a Bada 222? Or an old Rotel RA820? Maybe I'll try both and see. I think my ears are in for a bit of a shock.
  9. Hi, Anybody have the Hypex NC400 amps or similar? I've been curious about class d and would greatly appreciate any opinions on the Hypex or ICEpower based amps. Any info on the best place to buy them would be well received too. Thanks, Legselevens
  10. I am looking to replace some class A amps, not because I don’t like them but for practical considerations. But, having been spoilt by them, am struggling with where to go next. The issue – we have one living space that is used for listening to music, watching TV/movies but also provides background/ambient music during the evening. It is the later that causes the issue. Being class A (well first 50 watts) they produce a bit of heat, and while they don’t get overly warm to the touch they do heat up the room over time. As summer approaches again (in Perth) we have found that we are turning the stereo off, and only using it for more critical listening, and this somewhat defeats the purpose – particularly as off means no music! So I am seeking some thoughts on alternatives, I am looking (hoping) for that liquidness in the highs one gets with class A, but without so much heat. Have tried a class A/B amp but it is not quite as good – although I would probably be happy with it I had not owned the others . Are there class A/B amps that people would recommend in this regard and what about class D - or is that a step to far?
  11. This weekend I knocked up a little class D amp. It is based on units from ColdAmp. As I am having oscillation problems with my 400Watt class D's (yeah, I know they're meant to oscillate). I decided on something simple to get me some sounds. Lo and behold the cheapie, 250 Watts aside, balanced input only. The case is a leftover from some that I had made in China. Shoddy workmanship at its best, none of the panels were finished properly or on the correct surface.
  12. Put up your hand up if you have seen any 100W SS amp with a choked power supply. This amp started as a low power Class A SS amp and therefore the 10mH 5A Hammond choke. I removed the power amp section and replaced it with a 100W Sure Electronics Class D amp module. There are also 2 X 10,000uf caps in the PS. Not quite the Sexy build of my other "Ds" but practical and a great use of a part of an amp which has not been used for many years. The PS is rated 100W and the amp uses a 100W Class D module which should drive 40W+ into 8ohms. So far the bass is excellent and the stereo imaging really huge which is what you would expect from a choked PS.
  13. Here is my 4th Class D amp in the last few months based on the hifimediy Eastern Audio Technologies T4 amp module. It is claimed to produce 180W pc into 8ohms at extremely low levels of THD. And is very Tripath. Where this module shines above the rest is crow-bar speaker protection built on the PCB, no fan (apart from me) high grade audiophile components (M-Caps, big chokes etc) and the glorious ability to accept DC or AC. Yes a full rectification network on board. For me the way to squeeze the best out of the "Ds" is to feed them a big robust DC PS. I used an Altronics 500VA 30 + 30 toroid and capable of a 16A delivery. Through a rec bridge into a 15,000uf cap. Yes this time just one. But it is snubbed with a 10uf 100V poly which itself is snubbed by a 0.1uf 630V poly. As usual with all my amps and most preamps I install a RFI\EMI power filter and choke the power cord. A Jaycar 2U 19" Black Stipple finish rack mount enclosure and the faint amber LED dress the device. Where I cut lose on this build is the super heavy, insulated speaker binding posts at the back. I wanted this to be an Audiophile strength build so the heavier binding posts. And to cement that desire I called this one "Audiophile" . Only a few hours on the new baby so a way to go but good stereo imaging, great sound stage and excellent transparency. Good so far hoping to get even better in the next few months.
  14. Here is my 4th Class D amp in the last few months based on the hifimediy Eastern Audio Technologies T4 amp module. It is claimed to produce 180W pc into 8ohms at extremely low levels of THD. And is very Tripath. Where this module shines above the rest is crow-bar speaker protection built on the PCB, no fan (apart from me) high grade audiophile components (M-Caps, big chokes etc) and the glorious ability to accept DC or AC. Yes a full rectification network on board. For me the way to squeeze the best out of the "Ds" is to feed them a big robust DC PS. I used an Altronics 500VA 30 + 30 toroid and capable of a 16A delivery. Through a rec bridge into a 15,000uf cap. Yes this time just one. But it is snubbed with a 10uf 100V poly which itself is snubbed by a 0.1uf 630V poly. As usual with all my amps and most preamps I install a RFI\EMI power filter and choke the power cord. A Jaycar 2U 19" Black Stipple finish rack mount enclosure and the faint amber LED dress the device. Where I cut lose on this build is the super heavy, insulated speaker binding posts at the back. I wanted this to be an Audiophile strength build so the heavier binding posts. And to cement that desire I called this one "Audiophile" . Only a few hours on the new baby so a way to go but good stereo imaging, great sound stage and excellent transparency. Good so far hoping to get even better in the next few months.
  15. I wanted to head this "pure Class D" because of so many Class A amps claiming they are genuine Class A amps. "Robusto" because this amps should have a big capacity. The Sure Class D module is marketed as 2 X 500W amp. But this is into 3omhs at better than %10 distortion. So let's be realistic. I think this module will produce about 300W into 4ohms. I'm going to feed the module about 48V. To generate a total of 600w (both channels driven) I'll have to supply about 12A! That is a lot of current. In fact the PS I'm building will deliver 16A at 48V. It's one thing to have two massive trannies capable of delivering this sort of current but the rest of your wiring has to be up to the task also. I have 4 X 10,000uf\63V Nippon caps. These, a 35A rec.bridge and two huge trannies should deliver sufficient current and voltage to power this monster. Most of the enclosure is complete. While I'm waiting for the module to arrive I will continue working the enclosure and PS. I don't need 500W or even 100W into 8 ohms but I did find with the 100W version I built (see other post) when you turn these amps right up they distort real quick. I want to be able to turn up this amp with distortion figures staying under %1. Here are some images of the PS so far. Lots more to do. The 40,000uf of caps are wired with 2 X 1mm pure silver wire. According to one chart this should handle 40A. I only need it to handle no more than 16A. I added brass washers under the wire for a better grip. The two trannies are rated 300W each. Easy to see this amp can deliver no more than 600W total (trannies in parallel\series). Still waiting 500W Sure module.
  16. Current model class d has the traditional advantage of high efficiency low cost running of this class compared to typical class a/b designs . Will double down its power output into low impedance speakers and is a compact 2u in height not needing a lot of heat sinking Looking for $600 + p/h from Newcastle ; silver in colour ;the front looks like billet aluminium with very nice wide socket binding posts . Has only ever driven my back surrounds so not hard driven . http://www.rotel.com...ails.htm?Id=479 Nicely isolated pcb's
  17. I’ve been powering some KEF LS50s with a hybrid integrated amp for a year or so now and have been generally happy with the combination. Unfortunately the amp passed away recently so I’m looking for a replacement. I’ve been using a vintage Hitachi (20 WPC) to keep the music flowing while I find a replacement and have been surprised at how the KEFs have enjoyed the vintage sound. This started me looking at something like a refurbished Sansui 717 which I haven’t ruled out (thanks for your help @pete_mac). At the other end of the spectrum I’ve always been interested in the Wyred 4 Sounds STI-500. While I’ve been uncertain about the Class D thing generally, admittedly without any experience or technical understanding, I like almost everything I’ve read on how the amp apparently performs. One concern is that the combination may be too revealing. The other is the KEFs are low efficiency (85 dB) with minimum impedance of 3.2 ohms so seem to prefer amplication with a decent amount of current - I don't really understand where Class D fits in terms of power (current) vs power (output). Here are a couple of review links: http://www.positive-feedback.com/Issue48/wyred.htm http://www.stereotimes.com/amp020910.shtml http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/wyred3/sti.html Does anyone have any experience with W4S integrated amps (or other comparable Class D amps) they can share. If anyone in the Gold Coast / Brisbane / F North NSW area has one I could listen to that would be even better. All opinions / recommendations welcome. I listen to 60 / 40 split of flac files and vinyl. Digital via SBT (Teddy PSU) > Synchromesh > Teddydac. I’d be looking at a new phono stage < $1,000 so options open here. Room is 7 x 8 m open living and I listen at low - moderate volumes. Thanks Adam
  18. I have just ordered a $32 100W Class D stereo power module to build into a power amp. I usually build SE and UL tube power amps so a big change. Just wondering if others have built a Class D amp and their comments.
  19. Item: One Xindak A-08 Integrated Amp. Location: Bowen Nth Qld Price: $550 (including postage to the eastern states of Oz) Item Condition: Excellent, only 200 hours of use. Reason for selling: Too many amps, too little cash. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a 100wpc class D amp based on ICE modules, it also has that 'class D' sound that is slightly glarey and a bit 'digital' in nature. I would not recommend it for use with bright speakers, but on dark or warm speakers it is pretty good. A good combo with Usher S520s. Has a built in DAC based on the TDA1543 chip (it's not a great DAC but it is a reasonable one). The new RRP is $2300. Pictures:
  20. Hi All I have just purchased an intel NUC as a HTPC for our spare plasma TV and hence created a requirement for half decent sound system to go with it. I have a DIY bookshelf speaker left over that I am hoping to utilize. ( Details below ) I plan to buy a bluetooth or USB soundcard then combine both stereo channels to mono Then the plan is to use an active crossover and bi-amp the speaker. Now I have no experience with Class D / Class T amps, my sound requirements are modest, I really just want to beat the bose/logitech bluetooth speakers out there. So just as long as the Class D isn't regrettable I'm be happy with that, the same with a switchmode PSU. Class A/B with linear supply would also be fine. Low standby power would be nice. My aim is to keep cost low and size small. So $200ish for PSU and dual mono AMP. I can pirate parts (PSU) from an Altronics kit (K5173) that I have built previously. It has a 300VA (45V + 45V) toroidal and the PSU rectifies to give +- 70V DC. Any advice would be appreciated. I'm happy to do my own research but a push in the right direction would be very helpful Thanks John ============================================================================== Woofer rated @ 60W RMS & Tweeter @ 100W RMS http://www.htguide.com/forum/showthread.php?13154-RS180-Modula-MT-you-asked-for-it-you-got-it!
  21. Item: Pair of eAR 1001 Mono Blocks (Class D utilising BO ICE Module) Location: Melbourne Price:SOLD Item Condition: Used but immaculate 9.5 / 10 Reason for selling: Raising funds for new purchase $$$ Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, direct transfer Extra Info: I've had these for around a month and purchased them from a seller in the UK he purchased them in 2009 direct from eAR. they are great powerful amps and can drive anything you throw at it. I now have Usher BE718 which are hard to drive and these push them to their limit They are a very detailed amps with strong tight bass the best my system has sound in this regard. Mid range is smooth and detailed a little on the dryer side, top end is pin point accurate with heaps of Zing. I'm floored by the the detail these amps produce if your a detail freak you wont miss a thing, i was amazed at hearing the pedals in piano records and you could hear if the pedal was being pushed hard or soft! My experience of class D is it needs careful system matching if you running valve gear or your system is sounding flat these will synergise really well. I'm spending more $$$ to get matching amps for my preamp these amps are a Bargain for anyone looking for a nice lively amp which will push your speakers to stadium levels Will include $10 donation to SNA on selling these as I'm really enjoying the forum I have the original box and packing.
  22. I wasn't actually planning on a boxing day sale, but when the power went out for 3 hours it seemed like the best thing to do was take pics and box up amps. So, there you have it, one small Boxing Day Sale. Item: Xindak A08 Class D Integrated Amp. Location: Bowen, Qld. Price: $650 (including postage within Australia) Item Condition: Excellent, barely run in. Reason for selling: The A08 is a typical Class D amp and has that "crystal clear and glarey" sound, which is not for me. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD. Extra Info: This unit is very well built and solid, it has a built in DAC (twin TDA1543 chips) and plenty of power but really needs to be teamed with speakers that will cut down on that digital glare (IMO of course). Also, when I sealed the box up I forgot to include a power cord, if you need one let me know and I'll open the boxes back up. Comes double boxed with remote and manual (not that the manual tells you much, I had to take the top panel off just to find out what the DAC chips were). Pictures:
  23. Item: SDS-470, Class D Amp Modules Location: Sydney Price: $275/modules, buyers pay shipping. Qty : 2 MODULES (1 MODULES = 2CH) Item Condition: Brand NEW Reason for selling: Too many modules Payment Method: CASH ; PAYPAL ; BANK TRANSFER Extra Info: I got this earlier this year, this is the TOP OF THE LINE offering from classdaudio.com SDS-470 (similar as SDS-258 but with 2ohm stable --- as i was planning to use this for multiple subwoofers) 8ohm rating 2 x 250W 4ohm rating 2 x 500W 2ohm stable. Basically just wiring and PSU. Simple DIY. the link is for completely built sds-470 http://classdaudio.com/complete-amplifiers/sds-470c-custom-class-d-amplifier.html Item: SMPS800RE (72V); PSU for SDS-470 Location: Sydney Price: $105, buyers pay shipping. Qty : 1 Item Condition: Brand NEW Reason for selling: Too many modules Payment Method: CASH ; PAYPAL ; BANK TRANSFER Extra Info: I got this earlier this year thanks for looking henry
  24. hi, ive got few items for sale. they are basically one of the best performers in their respective areas. Item: 4pcs x Exodus ANARCHY 7" midwoofer Location Castle Hill, Sydney, NSW Item condition description Brand New Price and price conditions SOLD Reason for selling surplus as i still have another 4 Payment Methods:Bank Deposit, transfer or COD Extra Info: Pickup or Shipping in Aus http://www.diycable....2b309e920a6272c Anarchy Documentation Pictures Item: 1pc Exodus Hypex PSU Location Castle Hill, Sydney, NSW Item condition description New Price and price conditions $250 + shipping (if applicable) Reason for selling surplus as i still have another 4 Payment Methods:Bank Deposit, transfer or COD Extra Info: Pickup or Shipping in Aus this is the exodus hi end linear PSU built for hypex ucd400, its equipped with 10 x 4700uf 80v 105Ëš (shown 6, still have 4 need to solder). I was going to use it for ClassDaudio SDS-470, but went with other direction instead. http://www.diycable....2b309e920a6272c Item: 1 pc Antek TOROID TRAFO AN-6445 (600VA; 45v, 18v, 12v) Location Castle Hill, Sydney, NSW Item condition description Brand New Price and price conditions $75 + shipping Reason for selling : no longer required Payment Methods:Bank Deposit, transfer or COD Extra Info: Pickup or Shipping in Aus this are good trafo. better than china made trafo, as they tend to use smaller copper than they were rated. http://www.antekinc....tails.php?p=117 Item: 2pcs x SB Acoustics SATORI 6" midwoofer Location Castle Hill, Sydney, NSW Item condition description Brand New Price and price conditions SOLD Reason for selling : Surplus ( as i currently have 4) Payment Methods:Bank Deposit, transfer or COD Extra Info: Pickup or Shipping in Aus this is one of the best midwoofer (midrange), the new generation Wilson Audio use these. http://www.sbacousti...2-satori-mw16r/
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