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    BYOB amp

    dude, this thing looks awesome. I want one.

    The Altmann BYOB amplifier







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    Re: BYOB amp

    It does look neat but 10 watts seems like it would be hard to use.




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    Re: BYOB amp

    Quote Originally Posted by crispin View Post
    It does look neat but 10 watts seems like it would be hard to use.
    10 watts is a pretty common power level in the high-efficiency world - 300B-based tube amps are 8 watts.

    Anything 96dB/W or higher with a flat impedance curve should work well with this design.




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    Re: BYOB amp

    Quote Originally Posted by crispin View Post
    It does look neat but 10 watts seems like it would be hard to use.
    10 watts is a pretty common power level in the high-efficiency world - 300B-based tube amps are 8 watts.

    Anything 96dB/W or higher with a flat impedance curve should work well with this design.




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    Re: BYOB amp

    nice German quality




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    Re: BYOB amp

    lol thats cute. dude seems to go all out on his home audio



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    Re: BYOB amp

    wow, looks like a huge mark up. PE has one with a cover to protect it, about $30.




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    Re: BYOB amp

    Would love a couple of those to run a nice desktop/HT setup




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    Re: BYOB amp

    It's a chip amp! I do love this line: Battery Charge and Sound

    An interesting feature of the BYOB amplifier is that the sound character is related to the battery charge. With a fully charged battery the sound is tight with explosive dynamics (can't get that with any other amp), while with a low battery charge the sound character resembles that of a no-feedback amplifier, very laid back and relaxed.

    So changes of tone doesn't mess with the sound? I thought that amps weren't supposed to change the sound. That IS distortion in my book. LOL




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