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SKU: XMP100 OSD XMP100 100W Stereo Power Amplifier Class D, Dual Source, Sub Out, Bass / Treble Control


Purchase OSD XMP100 100W Stereo Power Amplifier Class D, Dual Source, Sub Out, Bass / Treble Control
  • SKU: XMP100 xmp100-digital-amp

    OSD XMP100 100W Stereo Power Amplifier Class D, Dual Source, Sub Out, Bass / Treble Control

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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

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 This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

  • Design Type: Class D
  • 50W x 2 @ 8 Ohm
  • 75W x 2 @ 4 Ohm
  • 150W @ 8 Ohm Bridged
  • Frequency Response: 10Hz ~ 30kHz, -2dB/ +1dB
  • Impedance: 8 ohm to 4 ohm stable
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: 100dB below 50w output into 8 ohms w20kHz Lowpass filter
  • Signal Sensing: Power On and Trigger Mode
  • Dual Inputs, Automatic Source Switching
  • 12V Trigger
  • Bass & Treble Control
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 16.5" x 2.15" x 7.65"
  • Weight: 4.7 Lbs
  • Warranty: 2 years
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Kyle • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM With the A/B selector, does this amp work to power both at the same time? Or just A (or) B? The manual on your website doesn't specify.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Kyle: The amp has a both A and B speaker switch on the front panel. They copied the same design as our AMP120 which we tried to discourage you from playing both A and B at the same time. So when you push B in A pops out. The AMP120 is a class AB analog IC amplifier that has problems with impedance loads less than 8 ohm. Typically when you play A and B together the speaker outputs are connected in parallel so the impedance drops down to 4 ohms which is OK when played at modest volume levels. But when you crank both up the same time then current demand is accompanied by an increase in heat which needs to be dissipated. The Power Supply is only 50% efficient so it has trouble coping with the excess heat. The XMP100 has a class D audio section which runs at 93% efficiency. Much less heat to deal with so it has no problem running two pair of speakers and the 4 ohm load. Now back to the A and B switches. You can push both switches in at the same time so A and B does play at the same time. It does take a little work to pop the switches out afterwards but it will work. We hope to resolve this on gen II. TL/4475
Gary • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Can this be bridged and drive a 4ohm load? I don't see that option specified in the manual. If not, is there another OSD product that can do it? Ideally up to 250W.
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Gary: I do not believe this amplifier will run a bridged signal into a 4 ohm load. I do not believe our High Current amplifiers will do that either. An 8 ohm load is what the bridged mode is rated for AMP200 and AMP300 a true High Current Amplifiers. TL/4491
Efrain • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM I'm looking to power zone 2 on my home audio system, which includes 4 of your OSD outdoor speakers. Would you recommend this unit to power the speakers?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
Hi Efrian: The XMP100 has Speaker A and Speaker B. The switches work just like our AMP120 where when pushing in speaker button A, speaker B pops out. WE did this on purpose with the AMP120 to discourage playing both A and B at the same time. The XMP100 is a Class D amplifier that is double the efficiency of the AMP120. So even thought the speaker selector switches work the same you can press both switches in simultaneously and both will play. It will work for you application. You can also add a volume control for each pair of speakers for more local control. Good choice, good luck TL/4505
Bryan • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Auto-on does not seem to be working on my unit. I have a Sonos CONNECT connected to the MAIN input of the amp, confirmed the auto on mode is set to AUTO, and even after several days of not using the Connect, my amp's power light remains green. There is no change in power button light color when I start playing music. I really don't want an amp on full-time when it only gets a few hours of use a week. Is this a flaw in the unit or user error?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
HI Brian: I am sorry the unit is not performing as advertised. I was going to suggest maybe the front switch was not in the on position but the green light is on and you have the switch on the back set to Auto On. Typically the way the Auto On sensing works. Once the signal is no longer present it take 10 to 15 minuted before it huts off. But comes on instantly once the signal comes back on. I would suggest trying another source like your phone connected with a 3.5mm to RCA adaptor cable and see if still does not shut off. If still no then contact our RMA department and ask about replacing the unit but make sure they test the replacement unit first . TL/4512
Jon • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM Looking for a receiver to run two sets of speaker pairs for a large screened porch (about 19' x 40'). I was thinking of this receiver and two pairs of the ICE600WRS speakers. The two inputs on the receiver would be a TV and a bluetooth transmitter. Any issues with those pairings?
Customer Service • 12/17/2019, 2:17:43 PM
HI Jon: The XMP100 will handle your basic setup but would suggest the following. First upgrade your ICE600WRS to ICE800WRS. These will be connected to speaker A and B. Then connect the Bluetooth to input labeled Interruption and the TV cable or satellite box to the Main input. The Bluetooth will take priority while it is active. Phase 2 would involve adding a second XMP100 and adding a pair of patio speakers placing a speaker on either side of the TV (check out the AP650). The two sources would still be connected to the first XMP100 with an RCA cable connected to the Main output of the first XMP100 to main input of the second XMP100. The second XMP100 would drive the two patio speakers. You would have the option of playing the pair of patio speakers or all three pair for the TV where the Bluetooth would play just for the two pair of ceiling speakers. It will be much more effective having the speakers firing out from around the TV. The Bluetooth speakers would take priority over the TV input but the TV would still be playing through the second XMP100. The main output only plays whatever is connected to the Main input.. Good Luck TL/4544