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.

14 Comments
  1. Unknown 4 years ago

    Nice video! Looks like a great project. Thanks for putting this together.

  2. 123Toid 4 years ago

    You're Welcome! I am glad you enjoyed it!

  3. Unknown 4 years ago

    Hi can you give a link for the cable jacket pliz?

  4. Unknown 4 years ago

    Amazing.

  5. Chris 4 years ago

    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.

  6. 123Toid 4 years ago

    I haven't personally used that. But here is the basic wiring diagram found int he pictures for the RTX module. I am not sure if this will help or not: https://www.ghentaudio.com/kit/rtx.html

  7. Anthony Taylor 3 years ago

    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.

  8. Greg 3 years ago

    What are you using for an audio source
    Great vid

    • Author
      123toid 3 years ago

      I am using my Marantz Receiver and using this for my front soundstage

  9. Eshi 3 years ago

    Hi great vid. Why not use the ICEpower asx series?

  10. Pat 2 years ago

    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 🙂

  11. Rob 2 years ago

    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?

  12. Sal 1 year ago

    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?

    • Author
      123toid 1 year ago

      It is designed to run 8ohm or 4ohm speakers just fine. No issues with overheating.

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