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Old 1st February 2012, 03:32 AM   #1
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Default Jamo MPA-101 Amplifier

For Sale is my Jamo MPA-101, Its in great condition, really great sounding amp for the price, specs below. 150+20 shipping, I can ship internatonally contact me for prices, I accept paypal.

I have alot of feedback over at the head-fi forums and audiogon under kawai_man. I you have any questions just ask
Design:

Design The MPA 101 is a compact, high-quality amplifier for multiple purposes. The amplifier can be set to operate in full range mode to power regular speakers or set in an adjustable low-pass mode to power passive subwoofers. The volume control is conveniently located on the front; the remaining controls are all placed on the back panel of the amplifier. Technology The MPA 101 features 2 x 50 Watts (4 Ohms) amplification, or 1 x 100 Watts (8 Ohms) bridged. It is supplied with line-in/line-out connections to enable daisy-chaining of multiple MPA 101s. The amplifier can be set to operate full range (20-20,000Hz), or set in an adjustable low-pass mode for powering passive subwoofers, such as the IW 1060 SW and the IW 860 SW in-wall subs.

The MPA 101 offers a variety of high-end features: Daisy chaining allows users to combine a number of amplifiers, if needed Signal sensing provides automatic on/off capability Protection circuitry prevents shorts and overheating The MPA 101 is a small, but capable amplifier thatís an excellent choice for 2-channel stereo or other uses. MPA-Sleeve The MPA-Sleeve is designed to hold up to 3 MPA amplifiers and comes with rack mounts and blank panels.

Technology:

The MPA 101 features 2 x 50 Watts (4 Ohms) amplification, or 1 x 100 Watts (8 Ohms) bridged. It is supplied with line-in/line-out connections to enable daisy-chaining of multiple MPA 101s. The amplifier can be set to operate full range (20-20,000Hz), or set in an adjustable low-pass mode for powering passive subwoofers, such as the IW 1060 SW and the IW 860 SW in-wall subs.


The MPA 101 offers a variety of high-end features:

Daisy chaining allows users to combine a number of amplifiers, if needed

Signal sensing provides automatic on/off capability

Protection circuitry prevents shorts and overheating

Specifications:

System Type: Amplifier

Weight (kg/lb): 4.8/10.5

Product dimensions (mm/in, HxWxD): 140 x 145 x 324/5.5 x 5.8 x 12.8

Outputs: 2 x 50W (4Ohm) 1 x 100W (8 Ohm)

Finish: Black

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