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The most common complaint of class d is that the highs sound off. I don't know why that would be but I have my suspicions, and it has as much to do with what people are used to hearing.
... but I'm beginning to see that Class D amps are all brewed a little differently.
did 175 buy all shown in pic?Also does the company sell the transformers as a package?Or does the company just sell the modules? I think ive looked at this site before and cant really make heads nor tails, on just what the heck is needed to make a complete amp.
I've had no hiss problems whatsoever. The highs are extended, smooth and natural sounding. My tube amps by comparison had a bit too much bite in the highs. I've heard several other ICE amps and several Bel Cantos and never warmed up to them. This little amp however is completely different sounding. I think the linear power supply makes a big difference but I'm beginning to see that Class D amps are all brewed a little differently. This amp does not use the ICE chip or the hypex BTW. Tripath is not a Class D amp it is Class T.steve
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