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Yamaha XP Series Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP7000 Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP5000 Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP3500 Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP2500 Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP1000 Power Amplifier

Yamaha XP7000, XP5000, XP3500, XP2500, XP1000 Rear

5 Models from 700W to 100W

The XP power amplifier series includes 5 models with different outputs ranging from 700W (stereo, 8ohms) to 100W (stereo, 8ohms). The broad choice of power output the XP series provides means you can select a model that will ideally match the power requirements of your application. For even further flexibility all models can operate in 3 modes: in the stereo mode the two channels are independent; the parallel (dual mono) mode allows a single mono input signal to drive both channels and two independent speaker systems; and in the bridge mode, both channels work together to deliver maximum power. The environmentally friendly XP series amplifiers also use lead-free parts.

Model Output
XP7000 700W+700W (8ohms), compatible with 70V lines (stereo)
XP5000 500W+500W (8ohms)
XP3500 350W+350W (8ohms), compatible with 100V lines (bridged)
XP2500 250W+250W (8ohms)
XP1000 100W+100W (8ohms)

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Posted by on 15/10/2011 in Power Amplifier


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Yamaha P-S Series Power Amplifier

Yamaha P7000S Power Amplifier

Yamaha P5000S Power Amplifier

Yamaha P3500S Power Amplifier

Yamaha P2500S Power Amplifier

Yamaha P7000S, P5000S, P3500S, P2500S Rear

Robust Power Output, Superior Audio Quality, and Efficient Operation

Yamaha’s audio engineers have specifically designed the new P-Series power amplifiers to be perfect companions to the popular Club Series loudspeakers. To achieve this, they made sure that the amplifiers are capable of delivering power that matches the power handling capabilities of the Club Series Speakers, and equipped them with YS Processing (Yamaha Speaker Processing) to deliver a signal that will result in optimum system performance.
Power is plentiful, ranging from 3200 watts from the P7000S to 1300 watts from the P2500S in 4 ohms bridged mode. If you want the perfect power amplifier for pair of Club S115s with a 500-watt program rating, for example, the P5000S with 500-watts per channel into 8 ohms is the obvious choice.

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Posted by on 14/10/2011 in Power Amplifier


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