Pioneer Elite 2-Channel Integrated Amplifier A20

SKU: A20

Our Price
$29999

Description

Integrated amplifier Delivers 50W x 2 @ 4 ohms, 20kHz, 0.1% THD for rich, powerful audio. Speaker A/B switching With a speaker A, B and A+B selector lets you easily switch between 2 sets of connected speakers to expand your listening environment. Compatible with select speakers As well as Pioneer Elite N-30 and N-50 networked audio players (not included), so you can create an audiophile-quality sound system. 2 stereo audio inputs and 2 stereo audio outputs Enable flexible connectivity options. Headphone jack allows private listening through a pair of headphones (not included).

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Integrated amplifier

Delivers 50W x 2 @ 4 ohms, 20kHz, 0.1% THD for rich, powerful audio.

Speaker A/B switching

With a speaker A, B and A+B selector lets you easily switch between 2 sets of connected speakers to expand your listening environment.

Compatible with select speakers

As well as Pioneer Elite N-30 and N-50 networked audio players (not included), so you can create an audiophile-quality sound system.

2 stereo audio inputs and 2 stereo audio outputs

Enable flexible connectivity options. Headphone jack allows private listening through a pair of headphones (not included).

Specs: Details: Description:
Warranty Terms - Parts 2 years
Warranty Terms - Labor 2 years
Width 5 inches
Depth 14.13 inches
Weight 15.9 pounds
Color Category Black
Cable(s) Included HDMI
Built-in Wi-Fi No
Headphone Jack Yes
Input(s) Analog audio
Wi-Fi Enabled No
Amplifier Class AB An amplifier is classified according to its circuit design and the way its output stages are powered.
Bass Boost Selectable Increases the output of low frequencies. Usually centered somewhere between 40 and 90 Hz, many amps have variably controlled circuits that allow you to increase the bass level in dB increments (ex. 0-12 dB at 45Hz). Some tunable bass boosts allow you to adjust the center frequency, changing the character of the bass.
Bridgeable Yes When you bridge an amplifier, you combine the power output of two channels into one channel. Bridging lets you drive one speaker with more power than the amp could produce for two of the same speakers. Because of this high power output, bridging is an ideal way to drive a single subwoofer.
Continuous Watts x Channel @ Ohms 50W x 2 x 4 ohms The amount of continuous power, measured in watts, that an amplifier produces is called RMS power. RMS ("Root Mean Square") is a mathematical way of obtaining a useful average when discussing power capabilities. The higher the RMS figure, the louder and cleaner your music sounds.
Maximum Watts x Channel @ Ohms 50W The peak power rating tells you the maximum wattage an amplifier can deliver as a brief burst during a musical peak, like a dramatic drum accent.
MOSFET Power Supply No Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors have a higher switching speed than bipolar transistors and generate very little heat. MOSFETs offer fast response and high efficiency.
Number Of Channels 2
Total Power Handling 50 watts Refers to the total power consumption of the unit, rather than the power handling of the speakers or the power output of the amplifier.
Line-Level Inputs Yes Line level is the specified strength of an audio signal used to transmit analog sound between audio components such as CD and DVD players, TVs, audio amplifiers, and mixing consoles.
Maximum Frequency Response 100 kilohertz The human ear responds to frequencies from approximately 20 to 20,000 cycles-per-second, or Hertz. A speaker's frequency response indicates how much of that range can be reproduced.
Minimum Frequency Response 5 hertz The human ear responds to frequencies from approximately 20 to 20,000 cycles-per-second, or Hertz. A speaker's frequency response indicates how much of that range can be reproduced.
Preamp Outputs Yes
Speaker-Level Inputs Yes Also called high-level inputs, speaker-level inputs accept signal from a receiver's speaker outputs, letting you connect the amp to a receiver that lacks RCA preamp outputs.
Total Harmonic Distortion 0.001 percent Amount of change in harmonic content of the signal as it is amplified. A lower figure indicates less change and a more accurate amp. Total Harmonic Distortion (THD) below 1% is inaudible.
UPC 884938160513

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