Our XMP60 stereo power amplifier is a sweet little 60W power amp that delivers clean power to stereo systems and is stereo (4 or 8-ohm stable) or mono bridgeable (8-Ohms critical). Small enough to fit on a desktop or table, but rack mountable with included mounting brackets, this compact amp uses highly efficient Class D digital amplifier technology to deliver clean and reliable power to a set of speakers or a subwoofer when bridged to mono. A great way to bump up the volume and sound quality of office, kitchen, or bedroom audio setups or to enhance your gaming experience, the XMP60 includes a '' microphone input and even doubles as an audio mixer. The XMP60 also includes two stereo audio inputs, two RCA inputs and a 3.5mm jack for portable devices. Imagine how good your digital library will sound when your smartphone is connected to a reliable stand-alone amplifier and decent speakers! The front-mounted bass, treble and volume controls let you dial in just the right amount of high and low frequencies so you can tailor the audio to your own taste. Other features packed into this Class D amplifier include automatic signal sensing that goes into standby mode when there's no activity but wakes the amp up when there is.
Benefits of Class D Amplifiers
Class D or digital amp technology is ideal for mini amplifiers like our XMP60. The output transistors are fully turned on or off during operation, so distortion is low while efficiency is high (93%). Class D amps combine the best qualities of both Class A and B technologies without the heat issue, and because no cooling fan is needed, this amp runs quietly.
Warning: California's Proposition 65
This product can expose you to chemicals, including vinyl chloride, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
- Amplifier Type: Stereo
- Amplifier Class: Digital Class D
- Channels: 2
- Power Handling: 25W(RMS)/ 50W(MAX) Per Channel @ 8 Ohm
- Power Handling: 45W(RMS)/ 90W(MAX) Per Channel @ 4 Ohm
- Bridged Rating (Watts): 90W @ 8 Ohm
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz, -2dB/ +1dB
- Impedance: 8 Ohm and 4 Ohm Stable
- Signal to Noise Ratio: 90 dB Below 25W Output into 8 Ohms
- 12V Trigger Mode
- Inputs: Two stereo audio inputs, 2 RCA inputs, and a 3.5mm jack
- Output: Main Line Pass Thru
- Rack Mountable: Yes, Mounts Included
- Dimensions (L x H x D): 5.62" x 1.77" x 4.92"
- Weight: 1.4 lbs
- Warranty: 2 Years
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Kent • 07/22/2021, 5:27:12 PM Have a pair of Definitive speakers with a sensitivity of: 92 dB. Source would be an Alexa Echo Dot.
Customer Service • 07/26/2021, 5:31:06 PMHi Kent: Something does not add up, you are talking about a pair of Definitive Technology speakers that most likely would have cost you between $400 to $500, and as you say, they are very efficient at 92dB and are rated to 175 Watts. The XMP60 is rated at 25 Watts RMS. At a minimum, I would have recommended our OSD XMP100. Still, really the AMP200, a Class A/B High Current amplifier, would be ideal, especially when you are ready to add a second pair of the Definitive Technolgy speakers. You really want to be more prepared for the higher quality streaming sources, including AMAZON Music, Apple Music, and Spotify. We call this the theory of relativity when all components are evenly matched, relatively in the same performance and quality standard. Ironically the Alexa Echo Dot may be the second weak link since it does not have a DAC that handles 24 bit 96KHz to 192KHz. I want to kill two birds with one stone; check out our NERO Stream XD an Integrated AMP/Preamp with built-in Streaming Wi-Fi/Bluetooth and works with our OSD Player app a free download. Good luck TimL/7/26/21
S Uret • 03/26/2023, 12:22:13 PM Can I use this to connect a keyboard and power a passive speaker (mono) with 8 ohms?
Customer Service • 03/29/2023, 5:40:55 PMHi What signal comes from the Mixer, just right or left channel mono? Or do you have a single full range (left and right combined) channel from the Mixer? You have two options if the signal is full-range mono from the MIXER and is a single RCA. One connects it to either Right or left and then connects the speaker wire to the same output as the connection. The second option allows you to bridge the single mono input (connect only to the Left Input for bridging). The bridge connection is labeled under the output connector Left Positive (+) and Right negative (-). Those are your two options if the signal has been converted at the Mixer. If the signal is stereo right and left from the Mixer, we have a stereo-to-mono adaptor called the SMC21. You would connect both the left and right inputs, then connect only a single RCA from the left output to the left Input of the XMP60. Then you have the same two options to bridge or not to bridge.
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