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The RX-7 is ideally suited to drive high-quality home theater and multi-channel music systems. Based on the design of the larger ZX-7, the RX-7 has a fully balanced topology. Due to its low distortion and quiet operation, it is capable of exceptional refinement of fine detail and resolution of low-level sonic nuances. Plus with a rated output of 200 watts into seven channels, the RX-7 has more than enough power to drive almost any system to reference levels with ease.
Equipped with gold-plated speaker output connectors, the rear panel includes selectable balanced XLR and RCA input connectors. A trigger input connector allows the RX-7 amplifiers to be controlled by a preamp/processor such as the Lexicon MC-12HD or MC-8. The RX-7 employs the same advanced optically-coupled protection circuitry found in the ZX-7, keeping it and associated equipment safe during adverse operating conditions.
Designed for the enthusiast, The RX-7 is the perfect complement to our award-winning Digital Controllers and Disc Transports, providing both power and refinement for today's most advanced listening systems.
|Speaker Connections||7 pairs of heavy-duty, gold-plated binding posts|
|Rated Output Power into 8 ohms||200W RMS per channel into 8 Ohms from 20Hz to 20kHz|
|Rated Output Power into 4 ohms||300W RMS per channel into 4 Ohms from 20Hz to 20kHz|
|Frequency Response||20Hz to 20kHz +0.1dB/-0.5dB; 10Hz to 40kHz +0.1dB/-1.5dB|
|Signal-to-Noise Ratio||Greater than 100dB, ref 200W/8 Ohms (30kHz bandwidth)|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||Less than 0.05% at full power ratings|
|Crosstalk||Greater than -60dB @ 1kHz (30kHz bandwidth)|
|Damping Factor||Greater than 400 from 10Hz to 400Hz|
|Input Sensitivity||1V for 100W out @ 8 Ohms|
|Input Impedance||Minimum 10KOhms|
|Power Requirements||120V 60Hz 12 Amp (domestic) 230V 50Hz 7 Amp (export)|
|Depth||18.5-inches (including handles) 17.5-inches (not including handles)|
|Weight||105 pounds (23.1 kg)|
|Included Accessories||Optional brackets are available for mounting the amplifier in a standard 19-inch equipment rack.|