amp was a personal amp that I have owned for many months. It typically
sits on top of my computer tower and drives my computer speakers.
buddy of mine and I ordered a pair of these amps when a special
was run on them for $40. for a pair of them, shipping included.
Yep, this amp was $20.
has had some very basic mods.
comes with small plastic clips in the rear for sliding in bare
speaker wire. Not only are these a poor connection but easily
broke when trying to slide in one side of a spade connector. The
speaker output connectors were removed and holes were drilled
into the back of the unit to allow mounting some standard GR Research
was also a small 140 pF cap that shunted across the outputs. This
was replaced by a small but larger value Sonicap Gen.2 capacitor.
amp sounds best when battery powered but when driving the amp
hard the batteries only last 3 or more hours.
the comparisons it was run off of an inexpensive Radio Shack wall
quality interconnects were used for the comparison but this amp
does not have RCA inputs. So the high quality interconnects were
plugged into a barrel connector that coupled it into an RCA to
1/8" plug adaptor.
THD+N @ 9W, 4 ohms.
IHF-IM @ 1W, 4 ohms.
@ 4 ohms,. .01% THD+N
@ 8 ohms., 0.1% THD+N
W @ 4 ohms 10% THD+N
W @ 8 ohms 10% THD+N
@ 15W, 4 ohms
@ 10W, 8 ohms.
Range = 102 db
Park, TX 76367