Yamaha XP7000 Power Amplifier



XP is the Yamaha’s new 5-model power amplifier series for installation that achieves high soundquality and high cost performance. The power amplifier featuring high power, high quality, highreliability and high stability matches various installation sound systems and provides superioracoustic features even in live performance applications.

  • High sound quality equivalent to upper-class modelswith parts and emphasizing on superior sound
  • While realizing a design that ensures high soundquality, efficiency has been planned down to the finest details for fullachievement of both high-definition sound and superior value
  • Yamaha's exclusive state-of-the-art high-efficiencyamplifier driving technology EEEngine installed
  • A gain switch that can be changed to +4dBu / 26dB /32dB has been installed on the rear panel for compatibility with a widevariety of input levels
  • Light weight and compact design of 2U size forinstallation in any location
  • Monitor and remote terminals for monitoring andcontrol from a remote location
  • High-accuracy 1dB-step detented attenuator
  • Various terminals and features suitable forprofessional use
  • Special high-pass filter that enables change ofcut-off frequency
  • Equipped with various protection circuits, indicatorsand stepless low-noise fans
  • Best matches with the digital mixing engine DME64N/24N and Installationseries speakers

  • Output Power: 700w + 700w (8 ohms)
  • S/N Ratio: 104dB (20Hz-20kHz)
  • Idle Power consumption: 30W
  • 1/8 Power Consumption: 650W
  • THD+N: 0.1%
  • Intermodulation Distortion: 0.1%
  • Residual Noise: -70dBu
  • Maximum Input Voltage: +22dBu
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 480 x 88 x 456 mm (18-7/8" x 3-7/16" x17-15/16")

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    • Model: XP7000
    • Manufactured by: YAMAHA

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