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2x100W at 4 Ohm TK2050 Class-T Audio Amplifier Board Only
i dont know if i will buy this amp but what does the input have to be for it to give out around 40 watts
Hi, if i was to run this amp on the minimum 12v would i still get 100w out of each channel? Also it says 10.0% THD, will this be noticible?
Answer to first question; No. Answer to second question; Yes, very noticeable. The human ear can easily detect distortion levels of 0.5% so 10% is going to sound nasty dirty distorted.
Date published: 2015-06-23
1. Why are you discontinuing item? 2. What will replace this model?
This has been replaced by part number 320-3340 which is due at the end of June.
Date published: 2015-05-20
Can you bridge the speaker outputs to drive a single subwoofer?
Not a bridgeable amp.
Date published: 2015-05-11
My question is two fold: can I use just one of the output channels connected to a 12" woofer in parallel with a tweeter and let the other as spare and second, Do I need a crossover for the woofer and tweeter
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Date published: 2015-05-09
Would it be ok to bridge the 2 channels by inverting one of the channels with a bridging adapter or a inverting op amp based circuit. Then connecting the output of channel 1 to positive speaker terminal and connecting the output of channel 2 to the neg?
Technically this will *Work* but it won't add any power as T- amps have common negitives I believe. I played with one and regardless of which negative lead I used nothing changed.
Date published: 2015-02-10