200 wpc Power Amplifier
This unit has seen some cosmetic wear, but still sounds great. Original box, packing, and manual are not included.
A classic from the mid to late 80's. Made in Japan, this is a 55-pound behemoth with huge analog meters. This TZ-N77ES is a real analog amplifier with a real power switch and turn-on delay relays. When it's off, it's disconnected from the power, and the speaker relays ensure there are never any turn-on or turn-off thumps, even when used with other "sloppy" components. The heatsink stack is internal. No fins are on the outside; the amp is cooled by vertical convection, but can run a bit hot. Has 'crisp' clean power.
30k Ω, 1 Volt.
Two pairs of gold-colored RCA jacks.
Input Sensitivity :
1V for unspecified output.
Rated Power Output :
200 watts per channel into 8 Ω from 20 - 20,000 Hz at less than 0.004% THD, both channels driven, from 250mW output to 200W.
230 watts per channel into 6 Ω from 20 - 20,000 Hz at less than 0.005% THD, both channels driven, from 250mW output to 200W.
270 watts per channel into 4 Ω from 20 - 20,000 Hz at less than 0.006% THD, both channels driven, from 250mW output to 200W.
300 W at 8 Ω./ 370 W at 6 Ω./ 520 W at 4 Ω./ 800 W at 2 Ω./ 660 W at 1 Ω.
Power Bandwidth (IHF): 10 ~ 100,000 Hz, 8 Ω or 4 Ω at 0.02% THD.
Dynamic Headroom (IHF 1978)
1.8 dB at 8 Ω. / 2.8 dB at 4 Ω.