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Any one here discuss Digital Music Amplifiers/ There chip sets and how they are programed.


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So I have been thinking who and where I could get Info on how and what makes the difference in Digital modeling Amp's. Why will one brand work and sound so different than another. I can readily find out if they have a sample rate of 32 or 64 bit but not much on what the Hz or memory capacity is. There are many different Brands that make digital Amp's and Effects and why will one sound and do what another wont but they are both for the same thing, be it a effect or a modeling amp. I am looking for resources to learn how these types of equipment do what they do.

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UHH, class D amps mean switching power supplies. 

Current:  Daphile on an AMD A10-9500 with 16 GB RAM

DAC - TEAC UD-501 DAC 

Pre-amp - Rotel RC-1590

Amplification - Benchmark AHB2 amplifier

Speakers - Revel M126Be with 2 REL 7/ti subwoofers

Cables - Tara Labs RSC Reference and Blue Jean Cable Balanced Interconnects

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1 hour ago, Kal Rubinson said:

Not always.

 However the vast majority do in order to reduce their size, weight , and increase efficiency 

 

How a Digital Audio file sounds, or a Digital Video file looks, is governed to a large extent by the Power Supply area. All that Identical Checksums gives is the possibility of REGENERATING the file to close to that of the original file.

PROFILE UPDATED 13-11-2020

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1 hour ago, Kal Rubinson said:

Not always.

As everything in audio, there are exceptions.

Current:  Daphile on an AMD A10-9500 with 16 GB RAM

DAC - TEAC UD-501 DAC 

Pre-amp - Rotel RC-1590

Amplification - Benchmark AHB2 amplifier

Speakers - Revel M126Be with 2 REL 7/ti subwoofers

Cables - Tara Labs RSC Reference and Blue Jean Cable Balanced Interconnects

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