3Channel / LCR Home Cinema Power Amplifier (UK/EU SPEC)
165W(rms)/All Channels @8 Ohms, Class H Power.
OSD's NERO XA3200 is a powerful 3-zone multi-channel amplifier that delivers enhanced power to 5.1 home theatre surround sound systems. This beefy amp includes three separate amplifiers in a single chassis. The beauty of this design is that your front speakers (left, centre, and right) receive their own dedicated power source and amplification rather than having to share your AVR’s power with other speakers. It provides the power necessary to hear the difference between the high-frequency sonic nuance of an orchestral triangle or the suspension of disbelief that comes from a realistic-sounding explosion or car chase.
OSD's XA Series of multi-channel amps do more than just amplify a signal. Each amplifier includes advanced circuitry that cleans up power to reduce system noise as well as improve overall sound quality. We designed the XA3200 with two advanced heat sinks that allow the amp to run cooler and without the need for noisy fans. Add this amp to your component chain with a great set of speakers and brace yourself for a improved reality and detail in your surround sound experience.
Advanced Class H Hybrid Amplifier Technology
The XA3200 is a Class H amplifier that combines the benefits of Class A/B in a more efficient package. Class H amplifiers are a variation of Class A/B amps but include high voltage and low voltage rails to modulate power consumption. When power is running high, the amp switches to the high voltage rails. When the amp is running low, it switches to the low voltage rails. Many audiophiles recommend Class H because the amps reduce dissipation across the output devices and allow the amp to operate at an optimized efficiency, regardless of output power level. This makes Class H amps a great choice for environmentally conscious customers, using less power than class A or AB amps.
Flexible Connection Options
The XA3200 high current home theatre amplifier includes both balanced and unbalanced inputs for more flexible installation options and cable runs. XLR inputs (balanced) include a ground wire, which makes it a good choice for long cable runs, while unbalanced (RCA) provides a more reliable signal on shorter runs.