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Audiosource Amp 101 - The Basics of a Stereo Power Amplifier

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The Audiosource Amp 101 is a stereo power amplifier that switches on automatically when an audio signal is present. It is compatible with speakers and Apple's Airport Express, allowing you to listen to music wirelessly. To learn more about the features and benefits of this amp, continue reading. This article will cover the basics of the Audiosource Amp and its features. It will also provide you with some useful tips and tricks to improve your listening experience.
The Amp 101 is a good example of a bargain. Compared to its rival, the Dynaco A-25, the AudioSource Amp 100 offers great performance and value for the price. The Amp 100 is definitely a bargain, and it is a worthwhile investment. There are several good reasons why you should buy it:
The AudioSource Amp  is an excellent measuring amplifier with rock-solid performance into four ohms, making it ideal for receivers with challenged output stages. AVS user forum member, Chasw98, verified that the Amp One has great sound quality and is good value for money. Its power output rating is 20kHz-*20kHz, which is more than enough to power a self-powered subwoofer.
The amplifier's input sensitivity varies slightly with power and frequency. When using the power-booster setting, the Amp One delivered about 94 watts into an 8-ohm load from 20 to 20,000 Hz. However, more power came at the cost of more distortion. It also has a wide frequency response, so high-end audiophiles with sensitive ears should be happy with this amplifier.
The ground layout of an amplifier is essential for quality sound. If the ground layout is well designed, the output will be completely silent when a source is connected. If not, there may be a noticeable hum or buzz. Ideally, the ground layout of an amplifier's PCB is near the input terminals on the chassis. This way, there is a much lower chance of magnetic fields entering the amplifier's circuits.