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  • What power amplifier does the CLASSIX II go with?

    I have finished my CLASSIX II and am looking for a suitable power amp.



    Currently there are the following 4 models for me to choose from:

    1. Denon PMA-600NE
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    2. Denon PMA-800NE
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    3.NAD C316BEE V2

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    4.BRZHIFI X10 Power Amplifier 2x300W Bluetooth Amplifier Adjustable Treble Bass

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    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/1005002687971011.html
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/284406738858


    If the digital amplifier can also achieve very good results, I hope the price is cheaper。

    Special thanks to Paul Carmody for the speaker design !

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    it would be happy with any of those. They aren't a super-sensitive design, so they like to have at least 20-30 Watts driving them. Anything after that is gravy.
    Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

    Paul Carmody's DIY Audio Projects
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        Originally posted by Paul Carmody View Post
        it would be happy with any of those. They aren't a super-sensitive design, so they like to have at least 20-30 Watts driving them. Anything after that is gravy.
        I checked the Dayton DC160 info and it showed 50W, I thought it would take a high power amp to drive it. Turns out this wasn't necessary. Since the power is 20-30W, I think I have more choices, LM3886, LM1875, vacuum tube power amplifier, etc. Thank you answer. I am very happy !

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