Yamaha P3500S 240V Power Amp

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$999.99

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Yamaha P3500S 240V Power Amp

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Specifications:

240V models
Dynamic power; 1kHz 20ms nonclip:    2ohms: 1000W/ch
   -   4ohms; Bridge: 2000W
Output power; 1kHz:     4ohms: 590W/ch
   -   8ohms: 390W/ch
   -   8ohms; Bridge: 1180W
Output power; 20Hz-20kHz:     4ohms: 450W/ch
   -   8ohms: 350W/ch
   -   8ohms; Bridge: 900W
General specifications
Total harmonic distortion:     Less than 0.1% (20Hz-20kHz; Halfpower)
Intermodulation distortion:     Less than 0.1% (60Hz:7kHz=4:1; Halfpower)
Frequency response:     0, 0, -1dB 20Hz-50kHz
S/N ratio:     More than 102dB (DIN AUDIO)
Power band width:     10Hz-40kHz
Hum & noise level:     Residual output noise: Less than -70dBu
Crosstalk:     Less than -70dB
Damping factor:     More than 200
Voltage gain:     32.1dB
Input sensitivity:     +4dBu
I/O Connectors:     Line input / output ports:     2x XLR-3-31, 2x TRS phone jack
   -   Speaker output ports:     2x speakON, 2x 5-way binding post, 2x Phone jack
Processors:     HPF/LPF (25Hz-150Hz sweepable, 12dB/Oct), YS Processing
Protection circuit:     Load protection:     Power switch on/off mute; DC-fault (power supply shutdown)
   -   Amplifier protection:     Temp. detection (Heat sink temp ≧90°C), VI limiter (RL≦1ohm)
Amplifier class:     EEEngine
Cooling:     Variable-speed fan
Power requirements:     Depend on area of purchase; 100V, 120V, 230V or 240V; 50/60Hz
Power consumption:     Music source equivalent     450W
Idling:     30W
Dimensions:     W: 480mm; 18-7/8in   -   H: 88mm; 3-1/2in (2U)   -   D: 456mm; 18in
Net weight:     15kg; 33.1lbs
Accessories:     Owner’s manual, Security cover (with a hex wrench)

Additional Information

Output 2 x 390w @ 8ohms
Manufacturer Yamaha

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