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AMP150 180W Dual Source, Two-Channel High Definition Amplifier

Product code: OSD-MI4

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Features & Specifications

The OSD Audio AMP150(MI4) is an excellent power amplifier for pro-installation applications. This is a high current (2 Ohm stable) two channel power amplifier that is overload stable. It's ideal for use as a remote amplifier or as a single or dual zone amplifier with a built-in meter.

65 watts RMS per channel power amplifier with complete custom installer feature set

Bridgeable outputs for 130 watts RMS total output power

Toroidal Power Supply

2 stereo low-level (RCA) inputs and one high-level (speaker) input, and one auxiliary low- level output

One set of speaker outputs

Rear mounted L/R main volume controls with front mounted volume and balance trim controls

5-way speaker wire binding posts for bare wire or Banana plugs

Specifications

Other Product Info

The OSD Audio AMP150(MI4) is an excellent power amplifier for pro-installation applications. It is a high current (2 Ohm Stable) two channel power amplifier, which is overload stable. It is ideal for use as a remote amplifier, or as a single or dual zone amplifier with a built-in meter. Built in voltage meter 65 watts RMS per channel power amplifier with complete custom installer feature set Bridgeable outputs for 130 watts RMS total output power Toroidal Power Supply 2 stereo low-level (RCA) inputs and one high-level (speaker) input, and one auxiliary low-level output Automatic source switching with adjustable delay timer (3-15 seconds) Two sets of speaker outputs selectable from the front panel Rear mounted L/R main volume controls with front mounted volume and balance trim controls Flexible Power-on: Switched, Signal Sensing, and 12v trigger 5 way speaker wire binding posts for bare wire or Banana plugs

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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

3 Questions & 3 Answers
Lou
from rexford,ny asked:
May 24, 2012
Just as a reminder, you asked: hi, i have a quick question, would this be an amp i could use as a booster amp that could be connected from the speaker line output of my current recvr/amp to the speaker line input of this amp ?? current sony recvr is pushing 105 watts ,,, would it effectively increase my power output to my outdoor rock speakers or would it not ?? You can use the speaker output of your receiver into the "speaker in" of our AMP150 to do just that!, addl question:: as an additional question: in hooking up this amp to the speaker line input coming directly out from my reciever, will i get the increased power out put connecting the output to the speaker line OUT bannana plug outputs ?? approx how much of a boost will i get ?? 8 ohm system--stereo but ive got 3 speakers per side im pushing... pls advise and thx, Lou
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Lou, So you have 3 pairs? How are they wired (parallel, series or daisy chained?) Connecting your receiver to the AMP150 this way actually brings that Hi level output down to a Low level (signal) So you are not combining power, you are starting fresh with an amp that works superior with a 4ohm load, and unlike your receiver can handle driving all your speakers more efficiently. Cl
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on May 24, 2012

Chuck Zamzow
from Lamberton, MN asked:
April 10, 2012
I am installing a mono system and plan to have six or eight speakers when finished - will this amp mix stereo into mono and how many speakers will it power...plan to use a speaker selector switch to only run one or two speakers at a time, but maybe more - also thinkinng about running two seperate systems for front and back yard - only four speakers instead of eight. Just not sure how or what to do.
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Hi Chuck: Based upon your question and information you have supplied this amplifier can work for you. I would suggest you think about using our Dual Voice Coil speakers where you can use a single speaker (Stereo summed Mono) for each of your loactions but you connect them in stereo, 4 conductor right & left (+/-). You can connect two DSM4 (4 zone)speaker selectors to each output of the AMP200 (Speaker A and Speaker B). You would run 16 gauge 4 conductor cables from the Speaker Outputs of the AMP200 to the DSM4 Speaker Selector. Then you use the same 16 gauge 4 conductor speaker cable from ther DSM4 to each indivudual Dual Voice Coil speaker. We feature a DVC In-Ceiling Speaker (ICE640TT), a DVC Patio Speaker (AP550TT Black or White) and DVC Rock Speaker (RS800TT Brown or Grey). This will allow you to connect from six to eight individual speakers. You even have the option of running stereo pairs in anyone of the dedicated zones space allowing. It sound like you are designing mostly for background music but this allow you to add a stereo pair for more critical listening in select zones. Note all of our Dual Voice Coil speakers are sold as indivudal speakers. We have anumber of oprions for you including the Four Conductor CL3 rated speaker cable (16 and 14 Gauge), Volume Controls and Speaker Selectors. Please feel free to contact us if you need further clarification. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on April 10, 2012

Michael
from Salt Lake City asked:
March 24, 2012
I want to use this amp in connection with your 8 speaker selector in a whole home audio setup. Do I have to have a stereo receiver to connect to this amplifier or can I hook a dvd player directly to this amp using the RCA inputs? In other words, do I have to connect the dvd player to a receiver and then hook the receiver to the amplifier or can I just hook the dvd player directly to the amplifier using the RCA outputs on the dvd player connected to the RCA in puts on the amplifer---without going through a stereo receiver?
1 Answer
Hi Michael, You can connect your DVD player directly to the RCA inputs of the AMP150. You also have a second set of inputs that you could connect either to an iPod, iTouch or iPad directly to the AMP150 using a mini 3.5mm to RCA adaptor cable (see our audio cables). The 3.5 connects to your audio/headphone output. You could also connect directly to a laptop or computer using the same cable and use your iTunes or Windows Media library as a source. The computer also gives you an option for streaming content from the internet including Pandora. You can also add Volume Controls for each zone for more control, and we have huge selection of in-wall, in-ceiling speakers for inside the house and a large selection of Rocks, Patio and Garden speakers for the outside. We also feature a number of choices of CL3-rated speaker cable as well. Thanks for considering OSD Audio products. TL
Submitted by: Customer Service - Q&A on March 26, 2012

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