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SKU: AMP-65M Compact Stereo Amplifier 50W RMS (25Wx2) w/ Aluminum Face Plate & 1/4" Mic Input - AMP65

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  • SKU: AMP-65M amp65-stereo-amplifier-mic-input

    Compact Stereo Amplifier 50W RMS (25Wx2) w/ Aluminum Face Plate & 1/4" Mic Input - AMP65

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The AMP65 features 50W clear RMS power for your favorite speakers. It comes with UL approval digital power supply with 1/4" Microphone Input. This small compact amp, great for easier applications, such as driving speakers for your guest room, workshop or garage. It also can add a separate zone for your whole house system.

AMP65 has an output of 25W RMS per channel and uses an analog chip amplifier intended for liner sound applications. Often used to play their smartphone, iPod, or other portable device through bookshelf speakers located in the bedroom or den, this compact amp will power the speaker without taking up room. with brushed aluminum face the AMP65 looks elegant in your setup if you want to show it off.

Connecting the AMP65 to a smartphone or iPod is easy as long as it has a headphone jack! Simply purchase our inexpensive RCA-to-mini cable adapter (located under the AV Cable tab), connect the RCA inputs to the back of the AMP65 and the mini plug to the headphone jack of your device.

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  • Amplifier Type: Stereo
  • Amplifier Class: Class A/B
  • Channels: 2
  • Power Handling: 25W(RMS)/ 50W(MAX) Per Channel @ 8 Ohm
  • Frequency Response: 30Hz-20kHz, +/-3 db
  • Impedance: 8 Ohm
  • Inputs: RCA / 3.5mm
  • Rack Mountable: No
  • Dimensions (L x H x D): 8.5" x 2.6" x 6"
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • Warranty: 2 Years
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Vladimir Egoavil • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Estimado se?ores Me puede indicar el tama?o de dicho amplificador Saludos Vladimir
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Your question translated: Dear gentlemen Can you tell me the size of this amplifier regards Here is your answer: Presupuesto Amplificador compacto con micrófono: Compatible con altavoces de 4 a 8 Ohm Entradas / salidas duales Potencia de salida: RMS 25W * 2 Conectividad máxima: 2 pares de altavoces Función: interruptor de encendido, control de volumen de música, control de volumen de micrófono, control de graves, control de agudos Dimensiones (HWD):65 mm x 216 mm x 150 mm Specifications Compact Amplifier with Microphone: Compatible with 4 to 8 Ohm speakers Dual Inputs/outputs Output Power: RMS 25W*2 Max connectivity: 2 pairs of speakers Function: Power switch, music volume control, mic volume control, bass control, treble control Dimensions(HWD):2.55"x 8.5" x 5.9" TL/4814
Doug • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I'm using a Marantz NR1608 for full surround in the house. The zone 2 I'll be using to power to Polk outdoor speakers is not amplified. Will this unit work for that scenario?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Doug: My first recommendation would be for our AMP200 a true High Current Audiophile grade Power Amplifier that would be on par with the Marantz. You would also have the option of adding a second pair of Polk Outdoor speakers to the speaker B output and be able to play both speaker A and B at the same time. The Amp features all discrete components, a large High Powered Toroidal Power Supply, Plenty of Reserve Capacitance and Ample internal heat sink. And with both both A and B playing in parallel you more than double your output of the Marantz (AMP200 at 4 ohm 125 watts, 80 Watts at 8 ohm). Outside more power is better as well... TL/4928
Dave • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Will this work with the BTP 650 Bluetooth speakers?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Dave: Most of our Bluetooth kits including our Patio, Rocks and Frogs Bluetooth Speakers are complete closed systems where you have a master speaker with built in Bluetooth Receiver and 2 channel stereo power amplifier with one channel connected to the internal speaker and second channel out to a passive satellite speaker connected by a two conductor (+/-) connection. With most Bluetooth enabled devices you could only sync one Receiver at a time. Recently there have been a couple of smartphones that included an app where you could connect at lease two Receivers at once. Other wise you were limited to just a pair of speaker (master and satellite) and that was it. That is why we created the BOM 4.1 where we took our popular OM Sub 200 outdoor passive sub woofer with built in low pass crossover so you could connect a full range amp/receiver and power the sub and a pair of satellite speakers. But in the case of the BOM 4.1 we added a 4.1 channel power amplifier so you could have 100 watts for the internal sub woofer and four channels of 60 watts per (2 stereo) outputs. This way you could power two pair of speakers plus the sub woofer. And you could choose two of the same pair of speakers or as an example pick a pair of Patio speakers (AP650) and a pair of Rock speakers (RS-670). Game changer... So, no you can not add anything to the BTP650 speakers other than your single Bluetooth connection. TL/4979
Ken Oldham • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can I run two 2.1 Sound Systems (OSD-OMSUB200-LS3-Bundle) from this amplifier?  I want two subs and four need for zoning at this time.  Thank you!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Ken:I would recommend a minimum OSD Audio High Current AMP200. You have two Sub Sat systems each with an 8-ohm subwoofer and an 8-ohm pair of LS3 Satellites wired in parallel which drops the load to 4-ohms for both bundles. Now you run the first bundle to Speaker A and the second bundle to Speaker B. That is now two 4-ohm bundles wired in parallel when Speaker A and Speaker B are both played at the same time. Technically that is a 2-ohm load that is demanding a whole lot of current that the AMP65 can only dream about creating. More current means a dramatic increase in heat generated internally. There is a reason the AMP200 weights (24 pounds) four times as much as the AMP65. Because with its ample internal heatsink, it is built to handle such an application. The AMP200 (at a minimum) or AMP300 (with more power) would be the only amps we would recommend for the job.TL/5662