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Fame A-200 II Studio Reference Amplifier

Code: 200825   
Fame A-200 II Studio Reference Amplifier

(6 reviews)

£106.00

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€119.57 (euros)

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A-200 II Studio Reference Amplifier description:

The Fame A-200 II Studio Reference Amplifier is an updated version of the A-200 series, now featuring a 6-digit LED signal level display.

The Fame A-200 II delivers 2 x 75w of power at 4ohm and 2 x 60w at 8ohm. With no internal fan noise, the A-200 II provides faultless operation with zero internal noise.

The Fame A-200 II Studio Amp is the perfect choice to power your passive studio monitors, providing a multitude of input and output connections, professional construction and sound quality all for an unbeatable price.

The main features of the Fame A-200 II Studio Reference Amplifier include:

  • Professional studio reference amplifier with LED signal level monitoring
  • 2 x 75W @ 4ohm (2 x 60w @ 8ohm)
  • Mono bridgeable function
  • Silent fan less operation
  • Inputs include XLR and TRS Jacks
  • Outputs include Clip and Speakon terminals

Manufacturer: Fame

This page first created on: 12/06/2013

Customer Reviews


GB

Review:
Great little amplifier
Totally silent
No acoustic or electrical noise in use

This customer purchased the product in October 2017


GB

Review:
It is a very clear delivery of my own recorded music through my Passive Alesis reference monitors. The difference in clarity between this Amp and a domestic Hi Fi amp is very noticeable. I am hearing a true rendition of audio through this amp. My small set up is a 12 input Yamaha Mixer, routed through an ART Compressor and finally through this amp. It is simple to use and the meters respond to the individual volume controls. I use it in stereo mode and it has a very loud output. Overall I would recommend this amp to anyone who takes recording or listening to music seriously.

This customer purchased the product in August 2016


Expertise/Experience: I make techno
Isle of Man IM

Review:
What an awesome amp for the cash. Replaced an ageing Servo 260, and the sound quality is unreal - threw a mix on I'd done, and instantly noticed where I'd added a tad too much distortion to the synth line - and I mean 1 or two points on the dial - it's that accurate!

Awesome - you could pay a lot more and not get much better - wholeheartedly recommended!

This customer purchased the product in December 2016


GB

Review:
Excellent value for money. Purchased as I needed a small (rack-mount ability was a bonus as it meant I could install it vertically) power amp for use in a VPO. Nice clean sound, not the quietest amp around, but for the money you really cannot complain and as soon as you start to play through it, there's no sense of noise around. Would happily recommend.

This customer purchased the product in October 2017


GB

Review:
I bought this as a secondary amp to an amp 4 times the price and at full volume I couldn't tell the difference between the sound quality.

This customer purchased the product in November 2014


GB

Review:
Decent sound and build quality, but it hums / buzzes a little too much for my quiet room. Fine if you are looking for no frills amplification for very little cash, but a little too noisy for the studio compared to my other amps. Returning / swapping for something tried and tested with a bit more headroom.

This customer purchased the product in July 2017