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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai
    This thread is for audio gear guts, not nuts. Would you mind removing that please?

    Reported.
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    While I had it out I took the top off and 1980's Technics Stereo Integrated Amplifier SU-V75 that I use to power my whole house sound system.

    I thought the heat sink and associated part and pieces were interesting. I have never seen anything like it. But then again i have not looked at many amps with the lid off.

    Here she is Nekkid, and a little dusty.
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    I like speakers that are bigger than a small refrigerator but smaller than a big refrigerator:D

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    Since I am opening everything up in sight that is not hooked up. Here is the guts of my SS Amplified Music Products Series 260 bass amp that I used to power an Ampeg SVT-810 bass cabinet back when I was a Rock Star, or at least I thought I was.

    I bought this because I could not afford the real Ampeg Tube Amp that was supposed to power the SVT-810.
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    I like speakers that are bigger than a small refrigerator but smaller than a big refrigerator:D

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    my jolida before I start the Mods..

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    The Rotel RB-980BX

    I have wanted to hear a different brand for awhile and finally the opportunity presented itself courtesy of Bear. I'm happy with the overall sound and it runs cool. It's heavy to one side and the caps are 10,000 uF
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    My NAD T163 pre/pro. This is after I opened it to replace some OpAmps.



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    This is what mine looks like. To big and heavy to take apart.Attachment 23101

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    Man, this is one fascinating thread..........
    Denon #2900, Denon stereo receiver, Conrad Johnson Sonographe 120 amp, Blue Jeans cables, and Klipsch RF-7's

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    An InnerSound ESL 300 MK II amp. It is rated at 300WPC @ 8 Ohms/600WPC @ 4 Ohms for conventional speakers, or capable of delivering 1,720 volt–amps into the capacitive load an electrostatic panel presents. It shares a similar design to Halo’s InnerSound bass amp with active crossover shown in post 311, and the Coda Continum amp I mentioned in post 347.

    I asked Roger Sanders about his design, and he replied that he worked with Coda’s first class engineers to help design and build InnerSound products. The original ESL amp is a modified version of Coda’s Continum amp. Roger had them increase the output transistor count to make them more suitable for driving an ESL. He added a modest amount of properly-designed feedback for low distortion without compromising the sound and lowered the bias so it runs cool and efficient. The face plate and back panel were redesigned, and he upgraded to WBT binding posts and better quality RCA connectors. He also added a speaker protection fuse.

    I’ve only got one right now and I am using it on the panels. I have a Marchand active crossover so I bypassed the simple crossover in my original XA200 (200WPC @ 4 Ohms) crossover bass amp (Normanality’s post # 83) and am just using the amp portion to drive the woofers.

    EDIT:
    Add Sanders Sound Systems ESL amp. It has a much larger transformer that is potted in epoxy and completely encapsulated in a steel shield. It has a thicker top plate made of machined and anodized aluminum, and a thicker steel bottom plate to handle the added weight. It is more powerful at 360 watts RMS per channel into an 8 ohm load or 2000 volt-amps per channel into an ESL. Momentary output into a 2 ohm load exceeds 1000 watts. I have this amp on the woofers and the InnerSound ESL amp on the panels.
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    Default Parasound HCA-2200II

    Well, finally got around to doing the usual internal checks/adjustements on my new big Parasound. Took a few shots while it was apart.
    This is the amp that started to make a name for Parasound, and its widely known that its the Father of the Halo A-21.

    The inside is kinda busy, but when you look close, its not overly complicated. There's just a lot of everything, build overkill. You can't see the output section because its attached to the heatsinks and beneath the boards. A shame, because its got 12 sankens per channel (6 matching pair). This is a true dual mono design that shares only a power cord. Twin torroids are stacked on top of each other. 4 big 25000uf caps buried underneath the separate power supply boards for each channel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillw
    Well, finally got around to doing the usual internal checks/adjustements on my new big Parasound. Took a few shots while it was apart.
    This is the amp that started to make a name for Parasound, and its widely known that its the Father of the Halo A-21.

    The inside is kinda busy, but when you look close, its not overly complicated. There's just a lot of everything, build overkill. You can't see the output section because its attached to the heatsinks and beneath the boards. A shame, because its got 12 sankens per channel (6 matching pair). This is a true dual mono design that shares only a power cord. Twin torroids are stacked on top of each other. 4 big 25000uf caps buried underneath the separate power supply boards for each channel.
    Ballsy lookin' !!!!

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    Thumbs up Ass & Guts of a Parasound HCA-2200

    Y'all,

    Here's the insides of my Parasound HCA-2200.

    Notice the massive stacked torodial trannies and dual sets of caps.

    Everything else seems pretty bread & butter, just on a bigger scale. :D

    Anyone know where I can get some nice metal binding post nuts to replace the crappy plastic ones that are breaking? I'm gonna post this question in another thread since this one is way looooong.

    ETA: Seems like the MkII has almost double the little white, ceramic looking things that are part of the output sections. That and the switches for un/balanced seem to be the only non-cosmetic differences that my untrained eye can see. ***BTW, my 2200 is SDA-safe.***

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    Wes,
    That's pretty cool to see the two amps side by side (well almost). I can see subtle differences on the input board and the power supply boards are bigger. Those white ceramic things are resistors (wrong, actually film caps) and I have no idea why there are so many (part of the power filtering). These amps are more similar than they are different, that's for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by I-SIG
    Y'all,

    Here's the insides of my Parasound HCA-2200.

    Notice the massive stacked torodial trannies and dual sets of caps.

    Everything else seems pretty bread & butter, just on a bigger scale. :D

    Anyone know where I can get some nice metal binding post nuts to replace the crappy plastic ones that are breaking? I'm gonna post this question in another thread since this one is way looooong.

    ETA: Seems like the MkII has almost double the little white, ceramic looking things that are part of the output sections. That and the switches for un/balanced seem to be the only non-cosmetic differences that my untrained eye can see. ***BTW, my 2200 is SDA-safe.***

    Wes
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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillw
    Wes,
    That's pretty cool to see the two amps side by side (well almost). I can see subtle differences on the input board and the power supply boards are bigger. Those white ceramic things are resistors and I have no idea why there are so many. These amps are more similar than they are different, that's for sure.
    Definitely lots of similarities.

    I suppose John Curl just smoothed out the edges of an otherwise very good design to make a great one.

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    :D Here is my little amp that has 150 wpc driving a pair of rt400 vintage polks!!:D
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    Correct, the Mark II in relation to any HCA series from Parasound indicates John Curl work. That was when he started working/consulting for Parasound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillw
    Those white ceramic things are resistors and I have no idea why there are so many.
    They are the emitter resistors for the output transistors.Each output transistor will have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GV#27
    They are the emitter resistors for the output transistors.Each output transistor will have one.
    Not exactly. The emitter resistors are located on each output board. They are grey striped resistors, not the big white ceramics. The emitters can be seen in my closeup of the transformer. On my 2200ii, the big white ceramics are all attached to the power supply boards. I haven't taken the time to look at the schemetic and figure out their purpose yet.

    EDIT: I was wrong about the white ceramic things. I looked at the schematic and then again at my pictures. Those are not resistors at all, they are film caps. All part of the power filtering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillw
    Not exactly. The emitter resistors are located on each output board. They are grey striped resistors, not the big white ceramics. The emitters can be seen in my closeup of the transformer. On my 2200ii, the big white ceramics are all attached to the power supply boards. I haven't taken the time to look at the schemetic and figure out their purpose yet.
    OOOPS my bad, I was looking at louthewiz amp pic and mistaked it for the parasound.His uses ceramics for the emitter res.
    The ones connected to the filter caps in yours are probably to help discharge the caps after turn off or are used in combo with a small cap to shunt hi frequency noise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-SIG
    Y'all,

    Here's the insides of my Parasound HCA-2200.

    Notice the massive stacked torodial trannies and dual sets of caps.

    Everything else seems pretty bread & butter, just on a bigger scale. :D

    Anyone know where I can get some nice metal binding post nuts to replace the crappy plastic ones that are breaking? I'm gonna post this question in another thread since this one is way looooong.

    ETA: Seems like the MkII has almost double the little white, ceramic looking things that are part of the output sections. That and the switches for un/balanced seem to be the only non-cosmetic differences that my untrained eye can see. ***BTW, my 2200 is SDA-safe.***

    Wes
    Wow Wes those pics exude power!!!

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    I looked back on the schematic for my HCA-2200ii. Those big white "ceramic" looking things in I-SIG's and my amp are film caps, not resistors. That's what happens when you just don't look close at something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolknPepsi
    Man, this is one fascinating thread..........

    I concur!

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    Parasound HCA-1000 pics coming tonight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-SIG View Post
    Parasound HCA-1000 pics coming tonight!

    Wes
    I can't wait in that I never opened mine up.

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    Default Parasound HCA-1000A innerds

    Y'all,

    Here's the happy snaps of the interior and ass of the Parasound HCA-1000A. It's like a mini-single transformer 2200, kinda.

    Wes
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    Quote Originally Posted by I-SIG View Post
    Y'all,

    Here's the happy snaps of the interior and ass of the Parasound HCA-1000A. It's like a mini-single transformer 2200, kinda.

    Wes
    Gee what a coincidence, mine looks just like that except for the S/N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-SIG View Post
    Y'all,

    Here's the happy snaps of the interior and ass of the Parasound HCA-1000A. It's like a mini-single transformer 2200, kinda.

    Wes
    Actually looks just like the inside of an HCA-1500a, but smaller everything. The layout is almost exactly the same.

    See Gator's post here:
    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/show...&postcount=257

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    Quote Originally Posted by billbillw View Post
    Actually looks just like the inside of an HCA-1500a, but smaller everything. The layout is almost exactly the same.

    See Gator's post here:
    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/show...&postcount=257
    Well now that I've seen that I want that one instead!

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    Default A couple of Threshold pieces

    Beefy Class A amplification that I don't own .

    Pics 1 & 2 Threshold 400A stereo amps
    Pics 3 Threshold One Mono amp.
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    Found this shot of a VSX49TXi Elite online. Pretty decent innards really...
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