Item(s) for Sale:
Phoenix Gold Xenon X200.4 (w/ original box & all rubber boots)
BNIB Phoenix Gold LPL-44 low pass knob
BNIB Phoenix Gold RMD remote digital display
This amp has real world +200W RMS per channel stereo or +400W RMS per bridged channel. Front and rear outputs are BOTH bandpass capable for midrange and/or midbass which is actually quite rare. Good for those with 3-way (2-way frontstage + subwoofer) capable HUs but want to go 4-way (3-way frontstage + subwoofer) I would also work for a system requiring high power quality passive frontstage + subwoofer setup at 200x2 + 400x1!!!
# 200W x 4 (4-1 ohm stereo)
# 400W x 2 (8-2 ohm bridged)
# Xe.load™: optimized for any impedance load
# Xe.tune™: 24dB Linkwitz-Riley subsonic and low pass crossovers
# Xe.flow™: variable thermal feedback controlled fans
# Tried and true triple Darlington output stage
# Buffered RCA full range thru output
# Remote Monitoring Display (RMD) port
# Low Pass Level control ready (LPL-44)
# Built-in Crossovers
# Optional Remote Voltage Display
# Optional Remote Low-Pass Level Control
# Variable input sensitivty
# 0 - 18dB Bass Boost at 45Hz
# CEA-2006 Compliant
# Dimensions: 22" L x 10.6" W x 2.5" H
Real world testing by Eric @ soundbuggy.com:
The output voltage of the amp to be 30V prior to clipping. This is most impressive. 30V is good for 225W into 4 ohms, if the current can be sustained. With 10 power supply MOSFETs, it should stay fed so long as 4 ohms is the impedance you use. Xe.load should cut the amp back if lower impedances are used, but keep in mind for "average" use, Xe.load will likely not limit you.
With a 3 ohm set of Boston components, 300W a side is possible!
$300 shipped/insured OBO for everything
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