- Mar 20, 2020
(I think G and H are flipped in Europe? Not sure, been some years since I delved into them, and IIRC a British engineering friend said that
And you believed that, coming from someone who drives on the wrong side of the road
Class G switches between (among) two or more static supply rails. Class H continuously tracks the signal and varies the power supply rails accordingly. Emotiva's literature says "class H" but it is really class G.
Getting confused. You explained it was a regulated power supply but now you say it's "really class G", which is switched rails (also in my book). Guess that's why audiophiles stick with class A