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Arcam - FMJ P429 - Power Amplifier

SKU: AR-FMJ-P429

$3,495.00

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PRODUCT INFORMATION

Arcam’s P429 four channel amplifier represents another major step forward for Arcam’s audio engineering. Drawing on the many years of amplifier design experience at Arcam, the P429 uses the best quality components and engineering practice to develop a product that will give many years of musical pleasure and reliable service.

With a class G amplifier, toroidal transformer based power supply, acoustically damped chassis, complementary transistor output stages, exceptionally low levels of distortion and noise the P429 is capable of reproducing music with all its original authority and detail. Rest assured you will be hearing the music just as the artist intended.

The P429 has been designed to offer impressive flexibility for a variety of uses as well as using our latest generation class G topology that is both clever and efficient. During normal operation, distortion is measured in less than one part per million so that this massive power is delivered with total control and finesse.

AV enthusiasts will love the ability to add matching class G amplification to their AVR 550 / AV850 for a full 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos set up.

Stereo fans will appreciate the bridged mode of operation, which allows up to 270W power output per channel.

Installer-friendly features like IP & RS232 control, 12V In/Out triggers, individual channel trims make the P429 the perfect choice for the installer.

There have been great strides made in improving audio sources and loudspeakers in recent years and the time is right to match them in the field of amplifier design. This ground breaking amplifier is a “must audition” amplifier for music lovers who understand that power is nothing without control.

Specifications
  • Continuous power output (20Hz–20kHz at 0.2% THD), per channel
  • ST (stereo) and DM (dual mono) modes
  • Four channels driven, 4Ω / 8Ω, 20Hz–20kHz 125W / 90W
  • One channel driven, 4Ω / 8Ω, 1 kHz 180W / 110W
  • BR (bridged) mode
  • Two channels driven, 8Ω, 20Hz–20kHz 270W
  • One channel driven, 8Ω, 1 kHz 320W
  • Harmonic distortion, 80% power, 8Ω at 1 kHz 0.002%
  • Inputs
  • ST (stereo) and DM (dual mono) modes
  • Input sensitivity for 100W / 8Ω 0.8V variable down to 7V
  • Signal/noise ratio (Awtd) ref 100W / 8Ω 112dB
  • BR (bridged) mode
  • Input sensitivity for 300W / 8Ω 0.6V variable down to 5V
  • Signal/noise ratio (Awtd) ref 100W / 8Ω 110 dB
  • Input impedance 10kΩ
  • Frequency response 20Hz–20kHz ± 0.05dB
  • General
  • Mains voltage 110–120V~ or 220–240V~, 50-60Hz
  • Power consumption (maximum) 1 kW
  • Dimensions W x D x H (including feet) 433 x 425 x 105mm
  • Weight (net) 14.4 Kg
  • Weight (packed) 15.5 Kg
  • Supplied accessories Mains lead
  • EAN/UPC code 5 060133 602491
  • E&OE
  • NOTE: All specification values are typical unless otherwise stated.
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