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Old 11th April 2011, 03:52 AM   #1
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Default Technical Pro HB3502U

Have anyone owned this amp/Preamp? It looks nice and it is priced well with all the features i want. But im a little lost on the power. It has 4 channels, but are switchable. There is an "A" side with two channels, and a "B" side with two channels as well. I was wondering if anyone has put this amp to the meter to see what its really putting out for power.

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