Outlaw's New Amps
Durham, NH-based Outlaw is now shipping two new 200-watt per channel power amplifiers, the seven-channel Model 770 and the five-channel Model 755. The 770 is a seven-channel powerhouse designed for use with the latest 6.1 and 7.1 surround modes, in conjunction with processors such as Outlaw's own Model 950.
The Model 755, a five-channel version of the same design, is an ideal power step-up for existing home theater systems. Both amplifiers use five pairs of high-power output devices for each channel to deliver 200 watts into 8 ohms (20 Hz - 20 kHz) at less than .05% Total Harmonic Distortion, all channels driven. The new amps are built around dual toroidal power transformers that allow them to deliver clean power with headroom to spare, yet fit in cabinets less than 18" deep---with connectors in place.
Crosstalk is kept below the -90dB level by the use of modular construction, which also simplifies servicing the 770 and 755, should that ever be necessary. The amps' massive aluminum heat sinks allow the amplifiers to operate at rated power without noisy cooling fans. Designed and built in the United States, these are high-end audiophile products, designed for the rigor of film and the refinement of music.
Outlaw home theater amplifiers are completely compatible with system automation technology, such as remote or sequential turn-on. Low voltage trigger inputs are provided for seamless operation with compatible products such as Outlaw's Model 950 preamp / processor and Model 1050 five-channel receiver. A three-second delay at turn-on prevents transient noise when the units are powered up.
The Outlaw Model 770 and Model 755 Power Amplifiers are available for immediate shipment solely through the Outlaw's Hideout. Introductory pricing: $1,799 for the Model 770; $1,299 for the Model 755. Special "Outlaw Family" pricing is available for owners of other Outlaw products, or when the amplifiers are purchased in a combination package with a Model 950 preamp/process or a Model 1050 6.1 channel receiver.