Power-Boosting Performance with AudioSource Amps

Could your stereo or home theater system use a performance boost? Not to worry, Portland-based Rodin draws upon 20 years of engineering experience to deliver a new selection of AudioSource two-channel power amps and subwoofer amps that will bring new life to passive speakers and subs.

In early December Rodin announced the shipment of four new AudioSource 2-channel amplifiers and 1 subwoofer amp with prices ranging from about $250 to $900—something to fit every budget. The amps have many features in common, including a black anodized brushed aluminum faceplate, line 2 auxiliary output, an S/N ration of 100dBA, front panel level and balance controls, signal sensing “power on” and 12VDC “trigger on” and the option of ordering the amps as rack mount units.

Prices and power breakdowns:
•    AMP102 ($250)
     o    50W stereo @ 8 ohms; 75W stereo @ 4 ohms; 150W @ 8 ohms bridged
•    AMP 110 ($550)
     o    75W stereo @ 8 ohms; 110W stereo @ 4 ohms; 250W @ 8 ohms bridged
•    AMP 210 ($700)
     o    90W stereo @ 8 ohms; 125W stereo @ 4 ohms; 250W @ 8 ohms bridged
•    AMP 310 ($900)
     o    150W stereo @ 8 ohms; 225W stereo @ 4 ohms; 450W @ 8 ohms bridged
•    AMPSUB210 ($700)
     o    200W stereo @ 8 ohms; 300W stereo @ 4 ohms; provision for subwoofer-specific equalization mode

The AMP102, AMP110, and AMP210 include A/B switching.

For more information, go to www.rodinaudio.com.

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