You guys going on about balanced power has really got me thinking. So 240 cures the 60 hz buzzes?
Maybe but then what if you then get 120 hz buzzes?
Yikes no I wouldn't want that. Lol
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KENT: You 'da MAN. First person to impliment those powerhouse monos correctly. Persons who run 'em on 110/ 15A are missing something. Maybe a lot, depending on listening habits and speaker sensitivity.
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I will also tell you that the SMPS in our new XPA Gen3 amps will in fact deliver slightly more power under some conditions when run from 230 VAC. (The ratings are all taken at 120 VAC, and it won't affect the way they sound; we're talking about a little extra power under what we consider to be "lab test" conditions.)
Anyone noticed the OP has not posted in six years?? Rumor has it he flipped the 240V. switch with wet feet 🦶 and has not been heard from since! ⚡️ ⚡️
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