T-Amp and Speakers
Mar 17, 2006 at 8:39 PM Post #46 of 50

americandreaming

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Originally Posted by Mandea
That's what I figured. I
will buy an adapter because that that comes with super t-amp cannot be physically plugged into 220v.



hey mandea, i'm not sure what you mean by an adapter but you just need the wire that plugs in to the power supply (the top left in the picture above) terminated for the outlets you have in romania. you probably have some lying around from a digital camera, computer, hard drive, etc. it should plug straight into the power supply.
 
Mar 21, 2006 at 5:49 PM Post #49 of 50

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Ok, easier question is what kind of efficiency are you looking for in a speaker for an amp like this?

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Mar 21, 2006 at 8:31 PM Post #50 of 50

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From my limited experience, you don't need particularly efficient speakers to unleash the T-amp. My current speakers (vintage Advents) are notoriously inefficient, yet I can easily turn the volume up to very uncomfortable levels without any apparent clipping.
I suspect that you would want efficient speakers if your power supply is weak (below 2amps?) or unregulated.
 

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