Our XMP300 stereo power amplifier adds 150W of stable power to your audio system at a price that won’t make you flinch. This is a slim, simple and highly efficient Class D power amplifier that cleans up sound quality, improves bass response and delivers just the right amount of power to drive speakers in distributed audio or home theater systems. The XMP300 includes key features to consider when buying an amp. For example, line 1 and line 2 priority input switching with a main auxiliary output lets you connect a portable device or other source equipment and when the local source is active, its signal will take priority. This keeps confusion of what source is playing and where well under control. The front-mounted A/B switches let you separate audio into two zones and can be engaged separately or used at once by simply pushing both buttons. We designed this amp for the greatest listening flexibility, and you’ll notice an improvement in the overall sound quality of your audio system the moment you press play.
What Is Class D Amp Typology?
Class D amplifiers use output transistors that are fully turned on or off during operation, so distortion is low while efficiency is high (93%). Class D amps combine the best qualities of both class A and B technologies and are ideal for distributed audio and home theater setups because there is less heat to deal with and it can easily run two pairs of speakers at a 4-ohm load.
A/B Speaker Selector for Listening Flexibility
The XMP300 includes A/B switching. With this feature, you can automatically switch between a pair of speakers in one zone and a pair of speakers in a different zone. You can also push both switches in at the same time, so both A and B play. (Note for Zone A and B, minimum impedance is 8-ohm bridged or 4-ohm stereo.)
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