Newly traded in! This Classe amp has 200W per channel to all five channels or 400W per channel into a 4OHM load. It's a very powerful amp. This amp is very compact and is in excellent condition. It will ship in its original box and packing. This is a Class D design but unlike a lot of Class D amps this unit has a very nice tone to it. It could easily be at home in a music only system or used to Bi-amp speakers.
Thanks for looking!
The Sigma series AMP5 is a 200W/Ch five-channel amplifier derived from the AMP2, but with necessary part and layout changes to accommodate its five-channel architecture. Like the AMP2, it utilizes switching technologies for both power supply and amplification stages.
A Classé-designed switch mode power supply with Power Factor Correction makes over 1,000W of clean and stable power available while being both compact and efficient. A new class D amplifier topology provides wide dynamic range, smooth and extended frequency response and rich harmonic detail to yield stunning sonic performance. The efficiency of class D adds efficiency, low heat dissipation and relatively small size to the list of the AMP5’s attributes.
Details All tests un-weighted and 20Hz - 20kHz measurement bandwidth used.Frequency response
10Hz - 20kHz, -1dB into 4ΩOutput power
200W rms into 8Ω All channels driven
400W rms into 4Ω Any two channels driven*Harmonic Distortion
0.018% @ 1kHz All channelsdriven
to 1/8th power into 8ΩPeak Output Voltage
113V peak to peak, 40V RMS no load
113V peak to peak, 40V RMS into 8ΩInput Impedance
100kΩ Balanced / 50kΩ SEVoltage gain
29 dBInput level at clipping
>80 dB below fundamental into 8Ω SESignal to Noise Ratio
-100 dB at peak output into 8Ω (AES17)Rated power
200W @ 1/8th power into 8ΩMains voltage
100V - 240V, 50/60HzOverall Dimensions
Width: 17.00" (433mm)
Depth (excluding connectors): 14.57" (370mm)
Height: 3.75" (95mm)Net weight
23.1 lb (10.48 kg)Shipping weight
30.0 lb (13.61 kg)*each channel supports 400W output into 4 ohms but the AC Mains/power
supply cannot support all channels driven simultaneously at this level, which
would require over 2,500W and only occur under a special test condition.
Every channel easily drives lower impedance loads.