The XMP100 is the digital Class D version of our popular AMP 120 amplifier. This amp will also power Dolby Surround Sound systems and enhance the power of OSD outdoor speakers. Automatic source switching enables users to connect more than one source to the amp, so, for instance, you could use it to power both a DVD player and an iPod. The XMP100 has the ability to automatically switch sources, as well, if you choose to go from listening to music on your iPod to watching a flick on a DVD player. The power amplifier has 75 watts RMS per channel and bridgeable outputs for 160 watts RMS. An input of 1.4 volts is needed to reach full output and the signal to noise ratio is 107dB (A-weighted). The Dual Source 2-Channel Stereo Amplifier XMP100 has front panel-mounted volume and balance knobs and comes with a two-year warranty.
Connecting Your Smartphone is Easy!
A great feature of the XMP100 is the ability to connect your smartphone, iPod, or other portable music device (as long as it has a headphone jack). The XMP100 includes two RCA signal level inputs marked as red for right and white for left. All you need to do is purchase our inexpensive RCA to mini cable (see RCA audio cables under the audio/video cables tab). The mini 3.5 connector is plugged into the headphone output of your device then the RCAs are connected to one of the inputs of the XMP100. It's that easy!
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.
- Power Output: 50WX2 (RMS @ 8Ω)
- Power Output: 75WX2 (RMS @ 4Ω)
- Power Output: 150W (RMS @ 8Ω Bridged)
- Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): <1%(Rated power: 50W @ 8Ω)
- Signal to Noise: >90 dB A WTD
- Frequency Response :20HZ~22KHZ +0/-2dB@ 8Ω
- Adjustable Volume: Min – Max
- Adjustable Bass and Treble: -12~+12dB.
- Line Level Input Sensitivity: 700Mv
- Thermal Protection: Yes
- Short Protection: Yes
- Dimension: 17.28 x 1.73 x 4.96 (WxHxD)
- Weight: 3.3 lbs
39 Questions asked
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Leon • 03/08/2020, 7:00:13 AM Does the XMP100 also come in a 230v version?
Customer Service • 03/26/2020, 12:49:56 PMHi Leon: I am sorry the XMP100 does not come in a 230V version. A product with a better value you should be looking at that is Multi-Voltage is our NERO Stream XD which is an integrated Amp/Pre-amplifier. Featuring both Streaming Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Receivers built in. Plus an Audiophile Level DAC (Digital to Analog Converter)16-Bit 44.1kHz to 24-Bit 192kHz Range, Analog RCA Input jacks, Subwoofer, and Headphone Output Jacks. Includes slim line IR Remote control, front panel status indicators , and Source Selector/Volume knob. And it will power a 4/8 ohm pair of speakers or two pair of 8-ohm speakers in Parallel. The NERO Stream XD also comes with wall mounting Brackets included in the box. Checkout the free OSD Player App used to control the internal Wi-Fi adaptor. Please check it out. TimL: 004
Drew • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Does it come with ears for rack mounting?
Customer Service • 11/11/2021, 2:17:43 PMHi Drew: Yes it does come with rack mount ears. We will make sure to add that bullet point on the XMP-100 page. Thanks for the heads up. Answer Update: Apparently the XPM100 does not come with the Rack Mounts. The Chassi was changed so there are no longer holes to add the dedicated Rack Mount Ears or even Universal 1U Rack mounts. Sorry about that. TL/2021
will • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can I drive 2 pairs (4 total) of speakers with this? Specifically your ICE800WRS speakers. I don't see the ohm rating of those speakers or the minimum ohm rating of this amp. thanks!
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Will The ICE 800 WRS are rated at 8 ohm. One of things we were looking for when testing the XMP 100 was it's ability to drive 2 pair of speakers. The fact it is a Class D digital amplifier which is 93% efficient. The biggest problem you have with an class AB amplifier like our AMP120 which by design is only 50% efficient. Both the AMP120 and AMP60 had issues driving two pair of 8 ohm speakers due to the heat that was generated by the low impedance load causing the amps to draw more current (especially with only a power supply that was 50% efficient). These amps do not have the additional internal heat sink to dissipate the heat. They do have thermisters on their circuit boards which protect the boards when the heat exceeds 90c. The more efficient Digital designed power supply does not generate the heat so they have better chance of driving both 8 ohm speakers. No problem powering both these speakers. TL/4237
BP • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Does this amp have auto power on/off?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHI BP: This amp features three turn on options which include a two position switch on the back panel underneath the Stereo/Mono Bridge Switch. The Normal setting is controlled by the Manual Power Button Switch on the front panel. Push in for on, and out for off. The Auto Setting is also controlled by the Manual Power Button on the front panel as well. It needs to be pushed in order for the Auto sensing to work. As soon as the signal (music) is detected the amp turns on. It stays on for up to five minutes after the signal has stopped and goes into stand-by mode (you need to keep the power button pushed in the on position). So when the signal comes back on, the amplifier wakes up and starts playing. The third option is a 12 volt trigger. This also needs to have the Manual Power Button on the front pushed in the on position as well. And set the turn on mode switch on the back to normal. The amp will be on at first so you turn off your Receiver which would send a signal to the amp turning it off (stand by). Then when you turn the receiver back on the Amp would turn on as well instantly. We should have you covered... TL/4249
Mike • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can you show what bridged wiring looks like for the OS SUB200 with OS525 Sat setup off the back of this amp?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PMHi Mike: The XMP 100 would not work in the bridged mode unless you used 2 of them. I would recommend either purchasing a single XMP 100 and trying it with the SUB200 and the pair of Satellite speakers the OS 525. I think you will be pleasantly surprised how much output you get. If not you will have a choice to either purchase a second XMP 100 and bridge both (the positives of Speaker A as marked) one for right input and the second for left making sure to have the right and left only inputs to each respective amp. Or you could return the XMP 100 for an AMP200 (run in stereo). Last option would be to buy the AMP200 from the start. TL/4307