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Default More than 30W per chanel Class A transistor amps

In fact, the Krell did develop a slight problem. The fan would become noisy=
, a sort of rattle noise. If you turned it on and off then it would stop, b=
ut still I thought it was best to get it changed. The new one is almost sil=
ent and, as Trevor recommended, it sucks up. Jez says that the amp runs sli=
ghtly cooler as a result.=20

The amp is wonderful!
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On 27/08/2019 8:38 am, Howard Stone wrote:
In fact, the Krell did develop a slight problem. The fan would become noisy, a sort of rattle noise. If you turned it on and off then it would stop, but still I thought it was best to get it changed. The new one is almost silent and, as Trevor recommended, it sucks up. Jez says that the amp runs slightly cooler as a result.

The amp is wonderful!


**Good to hear. Literally.

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