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    Lightbulb Digital Amp

    Hi People. I'm having also trouble with the generator Sound in my Speakers. Now I found the best way... Found an digital Amp with SPDIF Input (elecrical and optical) it has an integrated DD and DTS Decoder. Hope this will solve my problems with this f****** Sony Radio....

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    if ur getting altinator whine with the deck and then u apmlify it. u'll usaly get louder altinator whine

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    I think with the "digital transport" of the Signal the Problem will be solved.






    Sorry for my English...

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbopropper
    Found an digital Amp with SPDIF Input (elecrical and optical) it has an integrated DD and DTS Decoder.
    Got any more info on the amp? Brand, Price, Specs? The only one I have seen was from asia. There were pretty pictures but no prices. I emailed the company and got no reply. I too am interested in a digital input amp.
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    blaupunkt has got a few digital amps..

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    this is th eonly one i ever found

    http://www.tbk.co.kr/eng/products_so...ital%20Amp.###

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    Sometimes amps can reduce generator whine and other noises.

    When testing my carpc I used some kind of an old equalizer-booster thingy.
    - by the way, I don't have a head-unit. - I had generator whine and noise produced my PSU or mobo.

    After that i tried to hook up with my amp i would be using for my real install:
    All the whine and noises had disappeared. A friend of mine (works in the car-hifi business) had suggested me to try this. Some head-units or low quality amps save money on filtering out noise, which was the case here.
    Why is it drug addicts and computer afficionados are both called users?

    Currently : Audi A6 - no install

    Second install : VW Passat '97 CarPC
    First install : '87 Audi 80 CarPC

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    Quote Originally Posted by dominic
    Yeah that was the one I saw.
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