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This was all before ncore, hence "game changer"
Disagree. No real engineering background to support the claim. Switching amps ALL more or less work the same. Unless the laws of physics have been somehow changed, this amp has the same limitations any switching amp has.
Disagree. No real engineering background to support the claim. Switching amps ALL more or less work the same. ...
Which means nothing....All class A amps ALL more or less work the same too....Some clearly work better than others.The specs of the Ncore are better than any other class d I am aware of. And based on the reviews to date, they perform at a very high level. The performance being reported at their price would certainly appear to be game changing....
Here is some data on digital amps:http://www.eetimes.com/design/audio-design/4015267/Why-Class-D-Amplifiers-May-Test-Well-But-Often-Sound-TerribleI have yet to hear a switching amp that can compare with a well designed Class A amp.
Here is some data on digital amps:http://www.eetimes.com/design/audio-design/4015267/Why-Class-D-Amplifiers-May-Test-Well-But-Often-Sound-TerribleFreo-1I agree. Having amps for a few days to audition isn't enough time to take them outside of the honeymoon effect. A real "game changer" it is not by any stretch. I have no doubt they are good and as I have noted before will have a niche place in the market.JimI have yet to hear a switching amp that can compare with a well designed Class A amp.
The following explains some issues with switching amps:http://www.hificritic.com/downloads/Class-D.pdfI have not seen anything from the AES crowd that talks to how these issues have been addresssed. All I have seen is marketing.
Cab:I'm very cognizant of the strides made by class D, especially in Audiophile Mobile Audio. Btw, I am the facilitator of a circle called Audiophile Mobile Audio and have a nice class D head unit. Jim
Oranges and apples....
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