I see so many of the D class amps. I have not seen a linear mosfet output stage Audison product. I currently have 8 LRx5. None of which have a linear mosfet output stage in any of them.
|Country:||Saint Kitts and Nevis|
|Published (Last):||1 February 2007|
|PDF File Size:||13.60 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||3.52 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
I see so many of the D class amps. I have not seen a linear mosfet output stage Audison product. I currently have 8 LRx5. None of which have a linear mosfet output stage in any of them. The random fet failure is puzzling, I have seen insulator failure in these amps.
With holes being blown into the sink through the insulator that has failed, and of course output failures. Are you just replacing the single bad fet upon failure? And if its not bad outputs then it has to be the driver circuitry breaking down somewhere and possibly causing the outputs to be pushed into failure mode. The speed at which it is happening is just crazy fast. I have seen similar issues in Phoenix Gold mosfet amps and it was always a problem with the diff amp and driver stage and the bias circuitry running outside of spec.
How is this 4 and 4. Please can you post a close up picture of the amp driver section and output stage for me, or PM me with them. I need to be on the same page with you, so I do not speak redundantly about this amps troubles. Ciao Last edited by 1moreamp; 20th March at AM. Reason: class info added.
LRX 1.400 - Audison 1 Ch 900 Watt Amplifier
Mobile Accessories by Stephen Shankland Mar 1, Regulated power supply, honestly rated, and very versitile pre-amp section. First of all, how much power do you really need? Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Car Audio Black Friday Sales! Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. That being said, if auudison really like the JL, try to grab one on eBay for closer to ish used.