Re: Class A vs Class T vs Class D any difference in sound quality?
OK, DB, wrong thread to linl to for this question.
If you are looking at an amp to power subs, you won't notice a difference with any amp. Power is all that you care about.
Class T is a hybrid Class D with a variable switching frequency. It has some of the efficiency gains of the Class D design but is made to run over the full audio spectrum rather than just low freqs like most Class D amps. It is not a true linear amp, so while the average Joe probably wouldn't notice the difference between a Class T and a Class A or A/B on his mids and highs, a purist probably would. Most budget speakers wouldn't have the resolution required to hear the difference. Subs definitely don't have the resolution and the difference is more noticable in the higher freqs anyway. The Tantrum 1200.1 would be agood choice to run that sub. It will match the other amp too which is always a bonus in my book.
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