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Small Rotel amp needs a good home!

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I have a small 930xx Rotel amp that is 3 years old that I would like to sell for $120. That includes shipping to you in the US.

Some specs- 17" wide face. 40 watts/ch. It's bridgeable to 100+ watts.

Would work well as a surround amp or bridged as a sub amp.

It's black in color. It's in very good shape. But has a scratch in the back left hand corner, but otherwise looks perfect. Never been abused or run into clipping.

I have the manual and possibly the original box.

Reason for selling: Built Zen amp, and just bought a new Yamaha Dolby Digital/DTS receiver for surround.

Email: vincenet3@juno.com
 
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It is a stereo amplifier. 40w/ch.

There is a bridging switch on the back panel. When bridged, the left input is in mono mode. The positives for the speaker outputs (L+R) are the mono output to the speaker. There are no line outputs.

When bridged, the recommended speaker impedance is 8 ohms. 4 ohm is not recommended, but when used in stereo it is allowed to have a 4 ohm connection. Strange, but that's what the manual says. It's also strange that is produces 100w bridged when it's only 40w/ch. But that's what it says in the manual.
 
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