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Carver A-500X Amplifier

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This is a great amp that works and looks flawless (manual included), but I want more power for my 4 ohm speaker; as if 400wpc is not enough... The amp has adjustment pots for each channel on the back, RCA unbalanced inputs, and 5-way binding posts for both channels. The lights and meters all work great, and the amp has no hum or hiss.

This is one of the last Carver amps before their shop (local to me) closed, and it sounds great for music and movies!

$300 plus actual shipping; paypal or local pick-up preferred.

Certified by Lucasfilm, Ltd. for use in home THX audio systems
Magnified Current technology for increasing voltage and current capability
Total Direct Coupling for high damping factor at all frequencies
Each channel protected by: individual fusing, excess temperature sense, DC fault sense, power-on delay, shorted load sense.
Minimal signal path design, with on card I/O connectors eliminating internal interconnect cables
Gold Plated RCA Jack Connections Dual analog lighted meters with range selection switch
Meter light On/Off switch
Individual calibrated level trim controls for each channel
Removable handles for 17" cabinet space (with trim caps)
Designed by Carver Corporation in Lynnwood, WA USA

Frequency Repsonse: 20-20kHz +0,-0.2dB
Power Output: FTC 20hz-20khz 8ohm 250 watts per channel
4ohm 400 watts per channel
2ohm 750 watts per channel
Bridged mono power output: 800 watts into 8 ohms
THD: less than 0.08%
Dynamic Headroom: >1.0dB @ 8ohms both channels driven
Gain: 29.0 dB (+/- 0.5dB)
Input Impedance 47 kohms
Damping Factor: >150 typical (20hz-20 khz)
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