AMC – WHO THEY ARE
AMC Power Amplifiers Designed from the ground up, High Current Amplification that you would only find in brands 3 times the price.
150 Watts True RMS Power per Channel, with 240Watts RMS Power per Channel at 4 Ohm Driven, this amplifier is by no means a toy! 3 Year Warranty Australia Wide, with Total Current Rating at 60Amps, you will drive large speakers with no hassle. AMC is a brand that build products for most high end brands currently out there, with the design and reliability philosophy of 25 years, you can go past this big boy if you are starting a hifi or multi-channel home cinema system.
ITS POWERFUL AND CONVENIENT
These are the terms used by our customers to describe the 2N100MKII-3 , Three channel amplifier from AMC.
Amplifiers reproducing these dynamic signals must do so without interfering with each other. In high quality amplifiers, circuit design is critical in order to achieve maximum performance and exceptional sound. Each output of the amplifier is powered by an independent “Power Module”(tm). Each module is identically constructed, allowing completely independent management of signals from input to output.
This concept enables each channel to monitor heat, current, signal, and power separately, thus greatly reducing crosstalk and increasing dynamic range and efficiency. The Power Module utilizes a unipolar output insuring proper phase and matching between channels. The Power Module(tm), design utilizes high current output devices in conjunction with a com-mutating, or dual voltage power supply and over sized toroidal transformer that in combination, delivers up to 20% more power than normal amplifiers of the same size. The 2N100MKII amplifier is capable of delivering massive amounts of power into low impedance loads exhibited by virtually all modern loudspeakers.
The 2N100MKII Series amplifier uses high quality speaker binding posts that can accommodate large gauge speaker cables or banana plugs. Input jacks are supplied with parallel outputs that can be used for bi-amping or sharing signals.