Emotiva XPA-3


$529.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1The Emotiva XPA-3 is a lower mid-cost three channel amplifier. You can input six devices per channel on this amplifier. For power output, the XPA-3 offers 200 watts RMS x3 into 8 ohms/300 watts RMS x3 into 4 ohms.

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To accomodate its high current design, the XPA-3 is fully discrete, with seperated components. The XPA-3 is also dual differential, and offers a favorable signal to noise ratio (1 watt/<98db, full power/<112db), so that you will not have distortion messing up your clean sound when you use high volumes. The Triple Darlington output stages also help to cut down on noise. The digital status indicators let you know visually what is on and what is not. Connection to speakers is made with the XPA-3's 5-way binding post outputs. This amplifier differs from the higher cost XPA-5 model in that it lacks the XPA-5's five channels. This amplifier differs from the higher cost XPA-2 model in that it lacks the XPA-2's higher power levels (300 watts RMS x2 into 8 ohms, 500 watts RMS x2 into 4 ohms). Like all of the amplifier models in this series, the Emotiva XPA-3 is fully protected from all fault conditions. 

Features

  • 3 channels
  • 200 watts RMS x3 into 8 ohms
  • 300 watts RMS x3 into 4 ohms
  • Digital status indicators
  • 5-way binding post outputs
  • Balanced (XLR) and unbalanced (RCA) inputs 
  • Dual differential
  • Triple Darlington w/ On output stages
  • Fully protected from all fault conditions
  • Soft start circuitry
  • External trigger turn on
  • Soft touch power switch
  • 4RU chassis w/ solid milled aluminum faceplate
  • IEC power inlet, 120/130 VAC configurable
  • Weight: 57lbs.
  • 5Hz to 150kHz broadband frequency response
  • 20Hz to 20kHz power band response
  • Fully discrete
  • High current
  • Short signal path class A/B
  • 32db amplifier gain
  • 6 devices per channel

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