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SpatialKing
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SpatialKing   5/1/2009 3:13:58 PM
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From what is written here, I don't see that Class D amplifiers are the best choice when linearity and performance outweighs the advantages of efficency.

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mauchiafu   5/19/2009 1:42:17 PM
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* From what is written here, I don't see that Class D amplifiers are the best choice when linearity and performance outweighs the advantages of efficiency.

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Nic Cohen   7/27/2012 8:17:17 AM
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Did a double take on this one, VHS or Betermax?? We will soon see which will prevail! Nic www.kdweb.co.uk

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fujiama   10/18/2012 2:04:46 AM
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Ya well if u consider the zvs u loose ur power for full frequency range to hit all angles for the high and lows throughout the system the d class mono block is the best bet to keep cool and nothing is gonna give u the full quality if its not hooked up correctly with a full circuit

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fujiama   10/18/2012 2:05:46 AM
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Y would u want a amp that eats up your battery anyway

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