Being the smallest of the series Kp he exited hardly big boomers, especially into 4 ohms
But for the midrange & treble that is where it excels: very dry and very present.
Very well equipped for pregnant HPs mediums wrong,
a typed his "sound" (... some sound)
Adjust your EQ frequency with moderation, the (775mV) input signals> 0dB quickly clipped
and, in this case, the sound of square waves, suddenly really too dry ...
beyond 1V (+2.2 dB) tweeters show signs of saturation.
Given its rated power and audio features is its almost unique destiny: amp satellites
in this case it is desirable that the amp "SUB" partner goes up the octave included 2 (~ 280/300Hz)
I use this amp for the beach "mid-high" and "acute" multi-amplification system.
However, I have not given this range to him alone, he completed this part of the spectrum of my system,
giving me more flexibility Focus sonically.
This is not my preferred list of gear, but no complaints Norton brand, I was rather disappointed by the trader who introduced me as a 2x200W rms supposedly ideal for my midrange speakers there ( 70 -> 500Hz) without demonstration possible. I do not stay in this shop.
Suggestion box for the manufacturer:
a more complete record,
IN a line asymmetrical RCA (keeping the symmetrical XLR of course)
a more robust interuptor "power" type rocker (I had to replace it quickly)
a quieter ventilation, or which would be increased to a certain threshold temperature,
less sensitive to vibration and transportation internal connectors (I had to verroullier using nylon collars).
SUPPLEMENT TO THE SPECIFICATIONS:
rms power 8 ohms: 2 x 100 W
rms power 4 ohms: 2 x 125 W
bridjé power 8 ohms: 1 x 200 W
bandwidth: not indicated
distortion: not indicated
signal / noise ratio:> 100 dB
line input: ohms - V - symmetric? (dB?) power block (per channel) 2SA1943 (P) - 2SC5200 (N)
internally mounted radiator
Ventilation: forced, permanent
Weight: 7 kg