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I populated these these PC boards I got from chipamp.com

 

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Picked up some very cool heat sinks off Ebay.

 

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I cut some plexiglass.

 

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Added some wire and a transformer from PartExpress.

 

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The back side

 

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Makes for a nice little 100 watt amp.

 

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Remember the only person who has to like your stereo is you. Besides not everyone is as obsessive as I am.
 

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I enjoy building as much as I do listening. You could say I'm very hands on.
 

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Well built. Congrats! How is the sound quality?
Thank you. The little amp actually sounds very nice with a smooth mid range and high end that isn't edgy. A lot has to do with which speakers I pair it with. It isn't high current so I wouldn't use it with electrostats or planar speakers. I've even used it to drive the horns in my home theater and didn't want to run from the room screaming.
 
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