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I've only been following the Ncore progress at arms-length, so this may be a dumb question, but what is the state of ordering and/or the process? They show 'sold out' at the moment. Is this like the Twisted Pear stuff where you just hang out reloading the page periodically until it shows as in stock, or is there a more formal process - scheduled batches/waiting list/pre-order etc?
My own amp is said to be very tubelike, it's a tripath, but even as sweet as this sounds I'd rather go for neutrality and clarity above all. Let the recording through.
People will just use buffers I think, if they want that tube flavor.
I think we're a long way from coming to that conclusion.
Yes, you need to create a username and password to enter the webshop. From there your can place you order, which essentially puts you on the list for whatever batch you fall into. Then one day you will get a memo saying they shipped.
This has strayed so far off the my intention of just posting a few thoughts about what I heard. Perhaps it's time to lock this one...
To make an amp what parts do you get from Hypex and what parts does the builder supply?
Can these amp be powered off a battery bank?
Why would you use a soft start with a smps?
It is a bit of massive overkill but in this case it is used as an on off switch. Bruno had mentioned a more simple on off switch that he might create for these units. Thanks,Robert
I don't follow this. Why can't you just use a simple, off-the-shelf, on-off switch directly with the SMPS? Soft start doesn't add anything except more wiring. -Jim
The IEC I used has a built in rocker switch for the hot side AC. Easy.
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