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Price is shipped. Will absorb paypal fees @ my asking.

This is mint, will come with a full warranty and is a great amp for the price!


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Power Output (8 ohm, 1kHz)
Front 200W + 200W
Center 200W
Surround 200W
Surround Back 200W
Output at Clipping 400W / Ch at 4 ohms
Maximum Output Voltage 40Vrms
Maximum Output Current 80A p-p / Ch
THD < 0.5%
Damping Factor 150
Hum and Noise -115dB, A-weighted
Sensitivity Balanced(for rated output) 0.65Vrms
Sensitivity Unbalanced(for rated output) 1.3Vrms


Output Impedance (Front) Voltage Source Approx. zero ohms
Output Impedance (Front) Current Source Approx. one ohm
XLR Input Impedance 10kohms
RCA Input Impedance 24kohms

Trigger Inputs

Voltage Range 5 - 18VDC
Impedance Approx. 600ohms
Turn-On Current 20mA @ 12V
"Theater Grand Amplifier - TGA-7201

Using the same high power, no-compromise, highly efficient design approach as the TGA-7401 model, the TGA-7201 boasts an astonishing 200 watts from each of its 7 channels. Copious power makes it a workhorse in 7.1 home theaters, yet at the same time the TGA-7201 is equally suited to 5.1 systems that require second zone operation – just use the 2 extra amp channels to drive any area of the home, such as the patio or office. But power of this stature without equally serious control translates into trouble waiting to happen. That's why Sunfire developed its exclusive Tracking Downconverter™ technology for the coolest, most reliable operation no matter how hot the performance gets.

What's more, the TGA-7401—and its siblings the TGA-7201 and TGA-5401—are each Sunfire Optimized™, a powerful program that ensures your new amp is designed to perform optimally with other Sunfire electronics and our wide assortment of speakers, too. Having said all this, could Sunfire's Amplifiers ever really provide you with too much power? Just turn one up and find out."
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