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Carver TFM-35x

8-ohm FTC rated power/ch 250 W
4-ohm FTC rated power/ch 350 W
Bridged mono power 700 W
4/8-ohm FTC rated THD 0.01%
Input Impedance (Line) 47 kohms
Input Sensitivity 1.5V
Gain 29dB
Rated full power bandwidth 20-20kHz
S/N-IHF A-Weighted,dB >115dB
Dimensions (HxWxD inches) 4.5x19x15.7 (with handles)
Comments 25 lbs
Bold styling, unique analog power meters, superb performance, generous power reserves, and bulletproof reliability all come together and Carver’s TFM-35x. no wonder this is our all time best-selling amplifier. With its modest price and rock solid 250 watts of power per channel, the TFM-35x is clearly one of the best amplifier values available today. With the addition of fine finishing touches, such as gold plated input jacks and multi – way output binding posts, that TFM-35x assures exemplary performance in the finest call music or home cinema system.

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Comments on 'TFM-35x' (11)

  1. Michael Loepp says:

    Hi. I just want to say thanks for sharing the specs on Carver audio gear, as i’ve been a long time enthusiast of Carver components. Your definitely in my favorites! …. Only thing I need now, is a couple used 48″ ribbons for my Amazing Silvers. Then i’ll be completely satisfied. ……….I think……..Thanks again!…Michael

  2. edwin debrakins says:

    I’ve own my carver tfm35s from 1995,and use it in both club and home. at the club i use it to power sp218 by peavey and never had any problem with it.the only problem is it makes any speaker sound great.

  3. How does one acquire bulbs for the analog meters. Both have burned out. Would appreciate any guidance on this, since they appear to be scarce.

  4. RIGGED says:

    Simply the best home amplifier I’ve ever owned, great power and the analog meters are so cool! The thing pumps out the wattage and runs very cool, you can’t go wrong with this amp, it’s a keeper that’s for sure.


  5. Trav says:

    I have a TFM-35X just stop producing sound on me and need help please. I had this for over 10rs now. The problem is when I power it up it doesn’t produce sound and it just sit there “clicking” every 5-10 second continuously. Is there an easy fix for his? Please help me out if any one know the symptom.

    Thanks in advance,

  6. Phil Bonnice says:

    I’m a repair tech and in need of the schematic for this unit. Could this be e-mailed to me? Also info would be appreciated on the best way to discharge those hallacious 10,000 mF caps in the PS filtering circuit.
    regards, Phil

  7. josh says:

    @trav. it is just your power relay for the switch. i have this amp as well as a ct-3 tuner. that same thing happened to my tuner. it just started clicking, but never making contact, so it wouldn’t fire up. we had to order mine from somewhere in the uk. you can find them. it is an easy install. just a solder job, and you’re good to go.

  8. Guy Roy says:

    I simply had to respond to Phil Bonnice’s post about discharging caps. I’ve been an electronics tech for over 25 yrs and still love the pop of shorting out the caps posts. But that isn’t the right way to do it. It can be hard on the caps. The proper way to discharge caps is to put a load on them. That can be anything from a 10 ohm 25 watt resistor wired to ground or wire up a 60 watts light bulb and connect that to the capacitor’s terminals.

    But you have to admit… 10000 uF is a lot of stored energy.

    I work on broadcast transmitters and we use a grounding stick to discharge huge caps at very high voltage! Nice pop there I tell ya 🙂

  9. Tim says:

    Can anyone recommend a nice tuner for this amp? I just bought it and would love to have a low noise tuner to go with it! Thanks, tim.

  10. tyler says:

    just on here selling my carver tfm35x amp. Please let me know if you are interested . email-

  11. Scott Johnson says:

    Would like to know if I can get a copy of the manuel

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