EMOTIVA UPA-700
SPECIFICATIONS:

Model: UPA-700
Year: 2012
Price: $499
Class: A/B
Channels: 7
Power 8 Ohm All Channels Driven: 80W
Power 4 Ohm All Channels Driven: 100W
Power Bandwidth: +/-0.6dB
Frequency Response: 10Hz-80kHz(+0/-3dB)
THD: <.01%THD+Noise
SN Ratio 1W: >97dB
SN Ratio Full: >116dB
Damping: >500
Crosstalk: NA
TransformerVA: 500
Capacitance: 60,000
Input Sensitivity: 0.87
Input Impedance Unbal/Bal: 47
Gain: 29dB
Adjustable Gain: No
Power Requirements: 15A
Connections: RCA
Trigger: 5-20V/ACorDC/<10mA
LED Meters: No
2 Ohm Capable: No4OhmMin
Output Devices: NA
Fans: Yes
Weight: 29
Width: 17
Height: 6
Depth: 16.3
Rack Size: 3U
Topology: Fully discrete, dual differential
DESCRIPTION:

The UPA-700 has plenty of power to provide a truly dynamic cinema and music experience, with the incredibly smooth frequency response and low noise you've come to expect from Emotiva. You'll clearly discern every nuance in a well recorded piece of music or a crowded scene with complex dialog and effects. Inside, it boasts our proven short signal path class A/B topology, an oversized toroidal power supply, sophisticated protection circuitry, and top quality construction.
The UPA-700’s quality construction and conservative ratings enable it to deliver full power, even with all channels driven, ensuring that it will deliver the goods year after year, hour after hour, even into complex or difficult loads.


FEATURES:
  • Advanced engineering with our proven short signal path class A/B design topology.
  • Top quality parts and construction.
  • Real power on tap to easily drive complex loads.
  • Heavy duty power supply with oversized toroidal transformer.
  • Gold-plated five-way binding post output terminals.
  • Classic Emotiva styling with rugged solid steel chassis.
  • 15mm solid milled aluminum faceplate.
  • Channel status LED’s.
  • Stealth mode (status LEDs and Standby button halo lighting can be switched off).
  • Remote trigger input and output.
  • 115 VAC or 230 VAC with automatic detection and switching.
  • Full protection from all common input and output fault conditions.