DIY 200 watt solid state monoblock power amplifier part 1

DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier
Enclosure made of thick aluminium, 3 feet for easy adjustment and stability.

I will try to make high end like 200W monoblocks and this is my progress thread. Please object and advice, I shall be very grateful.

This is my last few renders:

Pair of single ended inputs from Neutrik panel mount and High quality Speaker binding posts (pair for bi-wiring although I don’t believe in this bullshit).
DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier

Airflow from bottom.
DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier
DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier
DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier

Inside construction made of mirror polished aluminium.
DIY 200W solid state monoblock power amplifier

I’ve bought almost all parts already:

600VA 230V / 2x 35V toroidal (shielded, screening) transformers from UK company Airlinktransformers.com, I have to appraise them for their speed of processing and delivery. It has been all manufactured and delivered within few days.

Modules nxV101 R2 Ultra low noise -110dB Unweighted + speaker protection units from Holton Presicion Audio AKA Aussieamplifiers.com

100W 8Ohm / 200W 4Ohm

Aluminium enclosure:

From Czech manufacturer http://www.customworks.cz/
I have to say, this company (coming from EU) surprised me by their speed, communication and quality of manufacturing. PCB is very thick, almost unbendable, amazing soldering and parts quality. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

SOFTSTART black
SOFTSTART black custom works.cz

Eloxed aluminium feet 60mm – They actually look much better in real.
Eloxed aluminium feet 60mm

In the end it should look something like this:
DIY 200 watt solid state monoblock power amplifier
 
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