Old School Audiophile 5 channel Amplifier
Full Specs/Owners Manual: http://www.soundstream.com/manuals/A...5s/ref705s.pdf
Features continuously variable 2 or 3-way crossovers with 12 dB/octave high pass & 24 dB/octave low pass, selectable 2 or 3way Active Crossover on all Satellite channels, ClassA drive stages, Ultra-Low ESR Capacitance Bank, balaned input option, Darlington power array, LSE.Q Sub Contol circuit + heaps more features
Specs are rated at;
Satellite Channels (1-4):
4x50w RMS @ 4 or 8ohm
4x100w RMS @ 2ohm
2x100w RMS @ 4 or 8ohm
2x200w RMS @ 2ohm
High Power Mode:
1x200w RMS @ 4ohm with 12v
1x300w RMS @ 2ohm with 14.4v
1x400w RMS @ 1ohm with 14.4v
High Current Mode:
1x100w RMS @ 4ohm with 12v
1x200w RMS @ 2ohm with 14.4v
1x300w RMS @ 1ohm with 14.4v
1x400w RMS @ 1/2ohm
My neighbor gave it to me to run my subwoofer until i got another amp, and didn't want it back, so I'm putting it on here
He had stored it in his attic prior to giving it to me, so it is in pretty good condition considering its age.
There is little rusting around the mounting holes, but not anything I would deem structurally unsound.
As for performance, I only used the sub channel and it definitely put out more than 300 watts. It pushed my RE SE 12 awesomely.
I'm pretty movable on this but I'm hoping to get $200 shipped, though I would much rather trade(I/you add cash as needed).
8 inch sub/mids
Good 6x8 coaxles
Anything else just ask, the worst that can happen is you get a "no thanks"
I could have sworn I thought I had taken a picture with it closed up, but I guess not.
If any more/other pictures are needed let me know.