I'm in the process of checking out board B (the one that doesn't look fried) with the help of Sanway. They sent me this image and are asking me to measure the voltage at points A, B, C and D.
Do they mean I should put the multimeter at point (A and B) and then (C and D) to read the voltage?
So one prong at point A and the other one on B, it should read 11V, then one prong at point C and another one on point D and it should read 198V?
*LOL, yes, not ready to die just yet.
In lack of being able to describe it, here's what I'm asking:
(1) Should I measure AC or DC?
(2) Point A and B is not really easy to make out. Probably base of the cap there, but not sure.
(3) Should I measure like this:
Most people have had success with the FP14K clone from Sanway which has been continually improved over the last couple of years.Read through a bit of this thread and was curious how most of you felt about the amp overall. I understand some have issues and some work perfectly fine. I found a vendor who quoted me $733 shipped to MA. I am not sure what I would use the amp for at this time but, I figured why not?
My question is, do you think its worth getting or should I pick up two inuke6k for the relative same amount of money?
I honestly don't know what I need for power now. I was thinking about getting some heavy duty drivers for a horn type design. I would assume at a minimum 2k rms per channel @ 4ohms.Most people have had success with the FP14K clone from Sanway which has been continually improved over the last couple of years.
I am not sure I would roll the dice with another vendor to save a couple of bucks.
It depends on how much power you need from the amp/channel. You can't hook two iNukes together...
I would skip the iNuke12K, it is pretty much a turd for the price. There are better alternatives at that price point.I honestly don't know what I need for power now. I was thinking about getting some heavy duty drivers for a horn type design. I would assume at a minimum 2k rms per channel @ 4ohms.
I also looked at the Inuke12000 as an option.
No sweat! They are hard to beat!This was the response I was looking for. Thanks Jpmst3 very much for the input.
I own several inukes already and having a bunch of amps that look the same on your Rac also looks cooler that having a hodgepodge IMO. More inukes it is!