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Carver A-753x

8-ohm FTC rated power/ch 250 W
4-ohm FTC rated power/ch 400 W
2-ohm dynamic power/ch 750 W
4/8-ohm FTC rated THD 0.08%
Input Impedance (Line) 47 kohms
Gain 29.0 dB (+/- 0.5dB)
Rated full power bandwidth 20-20kHz
Dynamic Headroom >1.0dB @ 8 ohms all channels driven
Damping >150 typical (20Hz - 20 kHz)
 
In setting out to design the A-753x Carver's engineering team drew on lessons learned in the design and building of the acclaimed Lightstar Reference amplifier, a development hailed recently in "FI" magazine as "evidence that Carver Corporation has made a strong commitment to first-rate build quality as well as to engineering innovation." The A-753x uses Carver's newest power amplification technology "Magnified Current". This technology enables the A-753x to provide either twice the continuous voltage or twice the continuous current needed by the loudspeaker load at any given time. With more than enough current and voltage-peak or continuous- the Lightstar-inspired A-753x is the ultimate consumer amplifier on the market today.
  • Certified by Lucasfilm, Ltd. for use in home THX audio systems
  • Maqnified Current technology for increasing voltage and current capability
  • Total Direct Couplinq 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
  • Three 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 and built by Carver Corporation in Lynnwood, WA USA
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