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MC2 Audio Introduces T3500 2-Channel Amplifier.


MC2 Audio’s new T3500 2-channel amplifier is the latest addition to their T Series, and is designed to satisfy the market demand for a more powerful T Series amplifier geared to fixed installations. MC2 says that with its 1750W of power per channel, the T3500 will give users access to an even wider range of projects that use T Series amplifiers. The T3500 will be in full production by the end of July. As with all other MC2 Audio products, the T3500 comes with a full 5-year warranty.

T3500 Specs (Power ratings at 240v supply, unit set to operate at 240v):

  • Output power per channel, continuous sine wave (Watts RMS):
    • 8 ohms @ 1 kHz – 950
    • 4 ohms @ 1 kHz – 1750
    • 2 ohms – Not possible

  • Mono Bridged:
    • 8 ohms @ 1 kHz – 3300
    • 4 ohms – Not possible

  • Output Power per channel, continuous music (Watts):
    • 8 ohms – 950
    • 4 ohms – 1850

  • THD @ rated power:
    • 4 ohms @ 1 kHz – <0.008%
    • 20Hz-20 kHz – <0.03%

  • Input CMRR: >90dB
  • Hum & Noise: –105dB
  • Gain: 32/36dB (Internally selectable)
  • Sensitivity: (rated output@4 ohms)+8.5dBu / +4.5dBu (+2.0v / +1.3v; Intern.selectable)
  • Damping Factor 1 kHz, 8 ohms: >400
  • Frequency response: 20Hz-20kHz – +0/-0.5 dB
  • Input impedance (actively balanced): 20k ohms
  • Dimensions (mm) – 2U: 88 × 482 × 428
  • Weight: 22.5kgs
  • Power requirements: T3500 is fitted with either a 100/120V or 220/230/240V tapped transformer, according to customer requirements.


For more information, visit their web site at www.mc2-audio.co.uk.
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