Mono version of the powerful T3 amp. It has a sta516b output stage chip and are good at driving any load from 4 ohm. It’s a flexible little amp that can be powered on any single DC voltage from 12VDC to 48VDC. 48VDC is recommened for lowest distortion and highest output. It comes with quality Jantzen input capacitor
- Single channel flexible Tripath amplifier
- Up to 300W@4ohm output, 150W@8ohm
- Power requirement: Single DC from 12 to 48V. 48V is required for higher output/lower distortion
- Input impedance 20K
- Input sensitivity for full power 1.5V
- Gain: 25x
- Power down interface to switch or controller (“PWD”). It can be remotely switched off from compatible preamp or controller. Shorting the 2 pads wil power down the amp.
- Dimensions: 110mm x 80mm x
Built these a while back with matching Connex power supplies and left them on the shelf but pulled them out to try on some Dynaudio Contour 20s. Very happy with the result, tight clear sound all the way to the top.
Compares favourably with my class A valve amp but without the 300w power draw! Running from conventional toroidal transformer psu 45vdc. I would not recommend switched mode psu with class D amp, unless you have experience. They can be tricky.
Working perfectly here.. on two 15", powered with serial mounted car batteries around 37v… strong bass in the house.
The bass looks cold at the first listenings, but after a while I understood it’s just more accurate than previous amps…
I am interested in this mono-block amp. I have a question to the author of the previous review: What power did your SMPS have? Also, maybe the SMPS was defective?
Today i tested my 2 amps. Result is sad, with 48 Volt DC from Connex SMPS the amp brings just 70 Watts sinus at 4ohm. On Oscilloscope you can see high peaks on the crest if you turn up the input. After 5 seconds the amp go away with loud pop under the pcb. Same result on both amps. My opinion- scrap metal, never again!!