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Thread: 1200W rms pro audio and simpe circut.

  1. #21
    hi erhan
    greetings i have added you to my list i accept you only waiting for limiter schematic my e mail address l
    PM waiting please
    thanking you
    michelle

  2. #22
    hi erhan
    greetings where r u waiting for u
    thanking you
    andrew lebon

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    diysmps Senior Member erhan739's Avatar
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    Yeni WinRAR arşivi.zip dear michelle, ı post your circuit and added thermal protection circuit in rar.. I hope you like them. and sorry, ı'm very busy these days. the limiter's connection shape is lim A lim B and out. you can cancel limiter's potanciometer. if you have troubleshot ı'll help you. the limiter's original circuit from qsc audio pl 230 model.

  4. #24
    hi erhan
    greetings can you please show on driver pcb which components to change for more bass havemade this amp into h class 2 step more power
    desinging pcb for 3 step h class for this amp will keep you informed bye
    thanking you
    michelle

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    hi erhan
    greetings your amp now h class
    michelle
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    Hi Erthan.
    Some ask for schematic and You answered "Not yet". But if You want it Then take some perfect or near perfect pictures of both sides of each PCB, maybe even with a txt file with component values, then we do a reverse engineering and do the schematic :.
    Go or bad idea ?
    Rgds
    Klavs.

  7. #27
    hi erhan
    greetings can you please tell me components to change for more bass amplifier is fine in h class mode only needs more bass
    thanking you
    michelle

  8. #28
    erhan739,
    is this 1200w on 4r or 8r?

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    in 4 ohms, in 8 ohms; about 600-700 watts proportional to power supply.

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    and michelle ;

    your answer is below
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