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Fast1one
03-01-2010, 12:41 AM
I actually have three of these that I was going to use for an active setup but I have changed my plans and will be selling two. The second one is still on it's way. The first is in good condition with minimal scratches on the top edge and the top plate. Powers up fine and is in good working order. The specs are the same as the MKII version; I can email you the PDF if you are interested.

I am asking $90+ shipping each. I will ship UPS and will only ship to the US. Thanks!

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slim2fattycake
03-01-2010, 12:56 AM
specs?

slam
03-01-2010, 01:21 AM
bridgeable?

Fast1one
03-01-2010, 12:32 PM
specs?Whoops! I thought I could attach the PDF here but it was too big.

SPECIFICATIONS
Output Power, Stereo mode, RMS: 60 Watts per channel @ 8Ω
100 Watts per channel @ 4Ω
Dynamic Power at Clipping: 85 Watts per channel @ 8Ω
125 Watts per channel @ 4Ω
Total Harmonic Distortion: 0.05% 20Hz-20kHz @ 8Ω
0.09% 20Hz-20kHz @ 4Ω
I.M. Distortion (SMPTE 4:1) @ 8Ω: 0.008% @ 1 watt
0.01% @ 60 watts
Signal to Noise Ratio: -100dB below rated output (A-weighted)
Input Sensitivity: 0.625 volts for rated output
Input Impedance: 47k Ω,Min.
Power Requirement: 120 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption: 500 watts (625VA)
Heat Output: 750 BTU/HR
Dimensions (WxHxD): 16 3/4" x 3 7/8" x 12 1/2" (425mm x 98mm x 318mm)
RMF 19" x 3 1/2" x 12 1/2" (483mm x 89mm x 318mm)
Special Features: All discrete output devices, no "brick" modules
Toroidal transformer, low hum radiation
Auto Turn-on, input signal detection, can be defeated
In/out RCA jacks, allows multi-linking of amplifiers
Status indicators,AC power and active conditions
30,000uF of power supply capacitor storage
Short circuit protection,with visible indication
IEC Power Connector Chassis ground lift switch for rack mounting.




bridgeable?

Yes and no. They are not configured to be bridged in stock form but you can either purchase or make a bridging module to do it. Not sure exactly where you would buy something like that. That is what a Sonance representative told me. Essentially you need a way to invert one of the channels. Might be as simple as setting the gains exactly the same and flipping the polarity of one of the channels and bridging them together.

garrettpf
03-07-2010, 02:13 AM
bridgeable?

LOL, u kill me. Most home equipment cannot be bridged. Just choices between 16-4ohm loads. If you want to bridge it, just run a DVC sub ;) there, you have your bridge mode :) Or if you have fronts that are bi-ampable, buy two of the 260's and run each channel bi-amped from one ;) That's what I would do with my MV80t's :D

slam
03-07-2010, 04:03 AM
LOLZ u must not deal with alot of home 2 channels amp. There are lots of em that are bridgeable

slam
03-07-2010, 04:14 AM
here are some of the same brand u posted that are bridgeable

Sonance SONAMP 1230 RMF - 91780 12 channel black 360W power amplifier with rack mount design Gold plated binding post connections at Vanns.com (http://www.vanns.com/shop/servlet/item/features/530120057/sonance-sonamp-1230-rmf)

Omega Sales News - April 2007 - Sonance Sonamps (http://rds.yahoo.com/_ylt=A0oGk1D2bJNL7xQBS.pXNyoA;_ylu=X3oDMTEzdWNjczZ vBHNlYwNzcgRwb3MDMwRjb2xvA3NrMQR2dGlkA0g1MjdfMTU3/SIG=121gqgg4a/EXP=1268039286/**http%3a//audiogrid.com/osi/news/4-07/index.html)

Sonamp® 275 SE with BBE® | Sonance (http://www.sonance.com/products/speakers/detail/233)

AudioFreak
03-07-2010, 04:22 PM
LOLZ u must not deal with alot of home 2 channels amp. There are lots of em that are bridgeable

lol..thank you

slam
03-07-2010, 07:32 PM
no prob lol

Fast1one
03-07-2010, 11:08 PM
Still for sale! Not sure what I am going to do in regards to my next setup. But I am willing to sell 1,2 or even all three. Here is the one I was planning on keeping, which is a clone of the 260, dubbed the "Architectural Audio Amp 60"

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Small chip on the corner, there is another on the same side on the bottom corner. The top looks weird because the flash. Its galvanized steel painted black:

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Third one is still in transit (???). Shoot me offers!

garrettpf
03-08-2010, 10:48 AM
I could post alot more that are not bridgeable. As I said, Most home amps are not bridgeable. My point was that it was funny that car guys want to bridge everything, including women. So, that was not a slam, slam. I sold home audio for about 12 years and never had a bridgeable amp in stock. Of course, most equipment was high end.

The amps he is selling here are pretty nice equipment, clean sound, quick on the power. Waiting for a call back on a job and when and if I do get the job, I will snap these up in a heart beat (just 2 though ;) )

slam
03-08-2010, 10:55 AM
I can post more of diff brands that are bridgeable too. I understand what ur saying but just cause I ask if its bridgeable does mean I dont know about home audio. Im just looking for an amp for my moms sub. Heres a lil peak at my home audio to show my taste ;) :

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didnt want to clutter this thread so ill leave now

Fast1one
03-09-2010, 02:14 AM
I could post alot more that are not bridgeable. As I said, Most home amps are not bridgeable. My point was that it was funny that car guys want to bridge everything, including women. So, that was not a slam, slam. I sold home audio for about 12 years and never had a bridgeable amp in stock. Of course, most equipment was high end.

The amps he is selling here are pretty nice equipment, clean sound, quick on the power. Waiting for a call back on a job and when and if I do get the job, I will snap these up in a heart beat (just 2 though ;) )Why wait? They are waiting for you now! :)

garrettpf
03-09-2010, 09:14 AM
Well, give me a shipping quote to 54153 for 2 of the Sonance versions.

And Slam. With most home speakers, you do not want to bridge unless it is bass. So, you gain about 3db every 100w. But what do you lose when you bridge. SQ and presence. The distortion raises dramatically. Where as bi-amping does the opposite (Slightly but not as dramatic).

ace_800
03-09-2010, 12:46 PM
Shoot me a price shipped to 78418 for 2 or if they are gone the one AA

James Bang
03-09-2010, 01:13 PM
any trades? (for car audio if there's any left)

Fast1one
03-11-2010, 01:45 AM
Well, give me a shipping quote to 54153 for 2 of the Sonance versions.

And Slam. With most home speakers, you do not want to bridge unless it is bass. So, you gain about 3db every 100w. But what do you lose when you bridge. SQ and presence. The distortion raises dramatically. Where as bi-amping does the opposite (Slightly but not as dramatic).


Shoot me a price shipped to 78418 for 2 or if they are gone the one AASent both of you PMs. I will give garrettpf the priority on the two Sonance 260s for 24 hours. After that, they are ace_800s. If they sell, I will gladly sell the AA Amp 60 as well.


any trades? (for car audio if there's any left)Sorry not looking for trades unless you have 4th gen maxima goodies or nearly new Falken Azenis 615 tires in 235/40/17 :D

Fast1one
03-14-2010, 08:27 PM
Please note that these are heavy and won't be very cheap to ship. No one committing yet. Gonna need to sell soon for Vegas!

Fast1one
03-19-2010, 08:33 PM
Bump! These are still here. Make offers for one, two or all three. Discounts given the more you buy! These weigh in at around 20 pounds. Keep that in mind when you are offering shipped prices. Shipping to most states will be around $20 per amplifier. Thanks!

Minor scratches on the second Sonance 260:

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Group picture:

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