How does this compare to the IcePower 125ASX2 which is highly available at low prices today? 125 WPC into 4 ohms for under $150 for a single complete stereo amplifier module. I used one for a subwoofer application and thought it was very good.
I know this is an older review, but could you perhaps describe the behavior at temporary shutdown?
I'm using one of these modules to run a sub, and sometimes it seems it prevents itself from playing the lowest or loudest notes properly, but then it keeps going.
Is it a hard shutdown, or would it simply pull back?
So that would present as a cut back on output when it detects its over driven, but it wouldn't actually turn off completely?
Sure, but I wasn't sure if it was a limiter or a protection circuit, or if I was just mishearing the response of the sub due to maybe not knowing the lfe material I was listening to well enough.That's how limiters work. They limit output to a safe level for the circuitry -- or, in the case of active speakers, the driver(s) --rather than completely shutting down the module.
LINKCan't seem to find that deal on ebay, but if I really want to go that route, it's only about 250€ here in the EU.
Oh that's unusual. It does seem to be Emotiva. Wonder why they are selling these modules. They had prior plans for an ICE series amp line called EMERSA which appears to either be cancelled or on the backburner.