AUDIOPHILE CLASS AB AMP: A slim, powerful and affordable 2-channel Class AB amplifier rated at 50W(RMS) per channel @ 8 ohms, 60W(RMS) per channel @ 4 ohms and 150W bridged mono @ 8 ohms.
DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING: Built-in 24-bit, 192 kHz sampling D to A converter with USB Audio input, for better sound from a laptop.
PRIORITY INPUT SWITCHING: Includes priority input switching that lets you connect other source equipment, and when the local source is active, its signal will take priority.
BASS AND TREBLE CONTROLS: Includes rear-mounted control knobs for bass and treble tone control.
A/B SPEAKER SWITCHING: Front-panel A/B switching allows you to toggle between two pairs of speakers for more listening flexibility.
OSD DAC Series: DAC-XA100 amplifier makes a great choice for powering speakers in a stereo or multi-room sound system. This versatile amp's 24/192 USD Audio and dual line-level inputs let you enjoy sound from one main music source plus additional "local" audio sources, switching automatically between them.
You can connect your TV as the primary source feeding the main input. Turn on the TV and the X-A100 turns itself on and sends the music to your speakers. Then, if you connect another music source like a Bluetooth player, Digital Audio device or portable music player to the secondary local "Interrupt,” the amp will switch to that source whenever it senses an incoming music signal. When the other source stops playing, the X-A100 will automatically switch back to the TV. There is no need to manually switch inputs.
The 24/192 Digital Stereo Power Amplifier OSD Audio DAC-X-A100 is designed for dedicated stereo and distributed audio applications. It offers many features including A and B speaker outputs. USB Type A 24/194 HD Audio input as well as RCA Line In, and Interrupt Line In inputs. It can also be configured for Stereo or Bridged output.
Warning: California's Proposition 65
Warning: This product can expose you to chemicals, including vinyl chloride, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.