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Hi All,

 

Been really interested in building an amplifier in kit form for a while now and have been looking at the Siliconchip SC200.  Unless someone can point me in the right direction, I can really only see the SC200 as the easiest to purchase in Australia. I'm not looking for anything excessively powerful as its only to power some 80W bookshelf speakers.  I've come here to see if anyone has any advice on a first build and to see if others have built the same modules.

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3 hours ago, daviss said:

Hi All,

 

Been really interested in building an amplifier in kit form for a while now and have been looking at the Siliconchip SC200.  Unless someone can point me in the right direction, I can really only see the SC200 as the easiest to purchase in Australia. I'm not looking for anything excessively powerful as its only to power some 80W bookshelf speakers.  I've come here to see if anyone has any advice on a first build and to see if others have built the same modules.

The SC200 gets a good appraisal and work out with questions here:

https://www.diyaudio.com/community/threads/sc200-amplifier-module.317533/

 

Perhaps the most researched in recent years has been what is called the "Blameless amp" that Douglas Self exhaustively ironed out all types of distortion in each stage and then used the best implementation.  Here is a further look at it:

http://buildaudioamps.com/project-61/

 

Your budget should include a suitable case , power supply and hardware. Another option is Hypex modules , and there are examples on the forum with kit builds , including reviews. 

 

 

 

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