Originally Posted by chrapladm
WOW.....endless information on and off topic.
Not did anyone ever devise a plan on how others can push Sanway for them to sell a better product?
I still would love to buy a 10Q but am too worried about the hassle of something going wrong. The 14K I am not as worried about. But it was mentioned before that we should stick together because only one person wont make a difference.
The only ideal way to do this would be to have a broker in the US sell them for a premium. That way they can handle the amps that do not function correctly, have spare parts on hand, buy in bulk, and have some sway with Sanway. I tried to do this for a shipment, and I had about a dozen or so people lined up, but I believe just about everyone bailed. It was an enormous waste of time. Anyone doing this is also putting themselves at legal risk as well. It's a gamble. There is no recourse available against Sanway if they provide a dud product.
On the other hand, none of the parts in the amp are terribly expensive, and Sanway has been providing replacement parts. If you are capable of amp repair, you can fix it yourself. If not, you can take or ship it to someone who is. These are not exactly complex devices. Yes, it may cost you a few bucks more, but it is still going to be 4-5x cheaper than a real one or anything else capable of this level of power output.
If someone is feeling adventurous, they can always try an amp from Gisen, though they did not seem to have as high quality components and smaller caps on the power supply.