Originally Posted by SpeakerPower
Can I play too? I have gear:
Audio Precision System 22 with burst generator
Audio Precision AUX-000025 Switching Amplifier Measurement Filter
Valhalla 2301 Digital Power Analyzer
Tektronix 2465B scope
8 x 1500W 8 ohm non inductive load resistors
Powerstat 50A variac
Topaz 5KVA ultra-isolating transformer
50A 120/208VAC mains
Brian your meter has a lot of nice capabilities.
But why then, with all that nice gear, in this test here you didn't show any of that?
Just the output wattage, for seemingly-random amounts of non-comparative time at mostly-unknown frequencies?
Come on now.
Why not post the FULL details here on AVS? the FR, THD, SNR and all
that. (If you saved them, that would be awesome.)
Ok, maybe your target audience on your website is meant for the average-joe who would otherwise be confused and overloaded by all the metrics thrown at them. (Fair enough, I could understand that.)
However, when I conduct my tests here on AVS, I will hold nothing back, all will be revealed, good or bad; and it will be fully documented to the maximum detail possible.
Also since we are back on this topic, I don't think you ever did answer my question when I originally asked you why you thought the iTech12k was too "powerful" for the 50amp circuit to seemingly "handle" on the dual 2-ohm test,
does it deliver the juice or doesn't it? Doesn't matter what the efficiency is. So it costs $100 per year more to operate, no biggie, just fully document all the abilities of all the amps
No offence but, I can't help but think that you will tend to bias the tests in favor of your SpeakerPower brand amps. (and as you should
, being the CEO\CTO of the company and all
With all that nice gear, we will all be expecting a test equal-to or better-than the detail provided in the existing AVS measurment-thread of 7 years ago: http://www.avsforum.com/t/855865/measuring-amplifiers
Make it so!