The UcDHG amplifier module is a self-contained high-performance class D amplifier intended for a wide range of audio applications, ranging from Public Address systems to ultrahigh-fidelity replay systems for studio and home use. Chief distinguishing features are flat frequency response irrespective of load impedance, nearly frequency-independent distortion behaviour and very low radiated and conducted EMI. Control is based on a phase-shift controlled self-oscillating loop taking feedback only at the speaker output. This information has been provided to you free of charge for your use but remains the sole property of Hypex Electronics B.
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User Name Stay logged in? I think this amplifier sounds amazing for my studio monitors, and have decided that I must have one in the living room as well. The specs speak for themselves, but how does this translate into practical terms?
I currently own the following relevant speakers: ProAc studio for mixing , PMC LB1 for mastering and 90s Seas Argon large, full-range, very enjoyable and fairly inexpensive, for the living room For loudspeakers at this level, will I even notice the difference between the two amplifiers?
Class A or not, is there anything else in the price range that is regarded superior to the Hypex? Hi Jon, thanks for the input, for my use heat, size and ease of build is not crucial. I'd list my priorities like this: 1. The Hypex modules are not bad at all. As you say, size is no object.
Unless the old units are faulty, I would be inclined to keep them running. Replacement modules for them are very inexpensive. A good friend had the same situation with the only difference that the ps was switching ps and the difference in performance the ncore was dramaticaly better.
View Public Profile Send a private message to jacq. Find More Posts by jacq. I have the nCores, and they are a significant improvement over the UCD. You will hear the difference on your speakers, no doubt. They consume 4. The build is extremely easy too, with the SMPS all cables are supplied to connect the two together. The size and weight is very small for both meaning that they are easy to fit where you need them.
Mine are on sleds at the rear of my speaker stands. The price is a lot for a DIY project, but you hardly ever see these amps for sale secondhand as people just want to keep them. I know several nCore owners and they all say that the search for amps is over now. I have heard of no reliabilty concerns, and they really do sound amazing. Nothing added, nothing taken away from the signal - at least as far as my speaker can tell me anyway. Both types are excellent amplifiers and simple to build.
Here they drive stock pairs of Zaph ZRT's in sealed enclosures. Thanks for your input! I think I'll go for the nCore. Ive been eyeing the nCores, pretty much once a week since they have been released. Anyone update there opinions, worth the money? BB code is On. Smilies are On. Forum Rules. All times are GMT. The time now is AM. Resources saved on this page: MySQL User Name.
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Super Best Audio Friends. Read these "rules" AND introduce yourself before your first post. A healthy approach to understanding measurements Being true to what the artists intended. Tags: hypex monoblock. The build itself is rather simple and very straightforward. So much so that I have to wonder if this really belongs in the DIY section. The biggest hurdle was mounting the UCD modules to the Ghent-Audio case as the case is to low to mount the modules directly to the chassis.
Hypex UCD400/SMPS400 build
A decisive leap in Class-D amplifier technology. Hypex was founded in as a supplier of plate amplifiers for live sound loudspeakers. The products drew the attention of hi-fi speaker manufacturers, resulting The SMPS is a high efficiency, switch mode power supply specifically designed to be used in combination with our modules. Key features include high efficiency over the entire load range, extremely small form factor, low weight Hypex Electronics is a company which makes amplifiers, supplies and DSP's with the highest possible quality in mind.