Join Date: May 2003
Location: Minneapolis, MN
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Given where you're at geographically, the warranty - even a good one - is something you'll never want to use given the huge expense of shipping and time to send and return something out of your country. With this in mind, I recommend the ATI. They're an awesome company, have great technical support, an international presence and make bulletproof equipment.
If I recall correctly, the 4000 series uses modular boards for each amplification channel and all of the weight is from a transformer(s). If there are any issues, they are almost always with the separate amplification boards (similar to a graphics card in a PC) that can be pulled and repaired locally or small enough to be economically sent back to ATI for repair or exchange. You could call ATI and just ask them about how they service products internationally. The new ATI class D amps are supposed to be great for many applications and are much lighter. Good luck with whatever you decide!
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