Thank you, I'm worried about noise as i run a tube pre before it. Prolly should just send it in and get the xt90 input, xover gone and the input
Don’t forget about the Deutsche Novello connectors. Makes the speaker wire situation a lot easier:Thank you, I'm worried about noise as i run a tube pre before it. Prolly should just send it in and get the xt90 input, xover gone and the input
They push in and ‘clip’ in very secure:
Amazon non gold:
Novello Connector Male Pins NIL-WHCM https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000WPF9W2/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_yEnZDbC01S3VC
Gold (where I bought mine):
I’m only using Power Pole connectors in my power cable runs:What would y'all use those powerwerx connectors for? Don't see how it could be used for the speaker outputs
Nice! Post some pics of the mount feet when you get it!Awesome thanks guys! My amp is back at mikes getting the car audio treatment. Increased input voltage, xover removed, xt power input and mount feet. This particular and will be mostly for mock up and checking out the ucd modules waiting on the ncore modules to be released, prolly test that too. It's nice because everything is the same chassis so mock up and switching out for testing is easy.
Mike currently has 2x500w nCore car audio amplifiers in stock and ready to be shipped. I believe they are ~$1500 each, though, but of course, they are under-rated like all of his amps. Probably more like 600-650wpc in reality. These amps are a slightly larger form factor because the modules themselves are larger than the UcD modules. Again, U.S.A. made and Lifetime Warranty.Yes he has a few 4 Chan and one 6 channel ucd module. I got the impression the ncore wasnt done but being worked on. Didn't press on that.
Forgot to mention that module/amp configuration above in my previous post regarding the BT-2700-2, so thanks for that! The 2-channels each @ 2-ohms configuration is perfect for my latest subwoofer setup, but the 4-ohm output would be great for single 4-ohm subs or a pair of beefy L/R midbass drivers.Mike will get back to me on the BT2700-2’s 4-ohm measurements.
Tentatively, he thinks it's going to be in the 4-500 watt area @4 ohm because the amp is based on a 4x400 where they internally bridged two 400 watt 4-ohm optimized modules in parallel for big power at 2 ohms. The neat feature is that it's in the same box as a BT4180!