How to build a HiFi Amplifier

In this video I show you how easy it is to make a HiFi amplifier that anyone can make at their own house.  It is quick and easy.  So if you ever wanted to make a HiFi amplifier, now might be the time.

Parts used: 200asc Board with power: http://bit.ly/200asc 200ac Board: http://bit.ly/200ACAuto On Jumper: http://bit.ly/2TIdelOAmplifier Case: http://bit.ly/2I5sXK2Power Cord: http://bit.ly/2TIdK3e or https://amzn.to/2UYeuBw Want more power: 500asp: http://bit.ly/2Dy0PKn or 1000asp: http://bit.ly/2SJqB86 Dual mono 500a: http://bit.ly/2E6nUW3 or 1000a: http://bit.ly/2TMuqql

Overview of the internal of the Amplifier when finished:

Pair it with some High Quality Speaker wire.

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  1. Hi, I just finished my own icepower build. Thanks for you great video. I have built other modules before using Ghent cases and even upgraded PS Audio amps as well.

    I was wondering if you could help me with one thing I could never figure out. Ghent, on their mono cases (https://www.ghentaudio.com/kit/asc200-mxr.html) offers both RCA and XLR inputs and a SPDT toggle switch. I could never figure out out how to wire this correctly and gave up and just wired the XLR and use adapter plugs/cables when necessary.

    I would really love to see a clear wiring diagram for this toggle switch which Ghent won't tell you how to wire.

    Thanks.

  2. Nice video, but when people say here’s a video on how to build an amplifier, I automatically think of the full build process, from assembling and soldering the components, straight through to the end. Nice video though and I’m sure it’s helped a lot of people.

  3. […] Today I am going to be teaching you how to build a HiFi testing amplifier.  The first thing you need to do is figure out what amplifier to use.  You and I may love curves, but not on our frequency response.  For this you want a flat smooth response, so you hear exactly what is being reproduced.  We don’t want anything that will color the sound, so know bass and treble knobs.  No we want this response to be all natural.   We also want something with low distortion, so that you will have a clean sound.  Finally you want easy hookups, for this I choose RCA After looking at all the different Amplifier modules, I choose the IcePower 50ASX2SE and the Ghent Audio Case designed for it.  It came with all the cables , making this a really simple project that anyone can tackle. If you want to tackle a higher powered version, then you will want to go here. […]

  4. […] Today I am going to be teaching you how to build a HiFi testing amplifier.  The first thing you need to do is figure out what amplifier to use.  You and I may love curves, but not on our frequency response.  For this you want a flat smooth response, so you hear exactly what is being reproduced.  We don’t want anything that will color the sound, so know bass and treble knobs.  No we want this response to be all natural.   We also want something with low distortion, so that you will have a clean sound.  Finally you want easy hookups, for this I choose RCA After looking at all the different Amplifier modules, I choose the IcePower 50ASX2SE and the Ghent Audio Case designed for it.  It came with all the cables , making this a really simple project that anyone can tackle. If you want to tackle a higher powered version, then you will want to go here. […]

  5. Hi,
    Thank you very much for your instructive video. I live in Europe and I am wondering if it will work with 230V or do I have to make some adjustment ?
    Continue doing such interesting content 🙂

  6. Nice video, just wondering on the output power of this, does not seem to have much heat sinks etc for large power. Just pondering where this fits against a Parasound unit?

  7. […] Today I am going to be teaching you how to build a HiFi testing amplifier.  The first thing you need to do is figure out what amplifier to use.  You and I may love curves, but not on our frequency response.  For this you want a flat smooth response, so you hear exactly what is being reproduced.  We don’t want anything that will color the sound, so know bass and treble knobs.  No we want this response to be all natural.   We also want something with low distortion, so that you will have a clean sound.  Finally you want easy hookups, for this I choose RCA After looking at all the different Amplifier modules, I choose the IcePower 50ASX2SE and the Ghent Audio Case designed for it.  It came with all the cables , making this a really simple project that anyone can tackle. If you want to tackle a higher powered version, then you will want to go here. […]

  8. Great video. Will this power speakers that run on 4 ohms or will it get too hot? Should I just step up and build 500asp?

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