I just sold my ATI 6005 Signature Series 300 watts per channel to purchase this Legacy Amp at 600 Watts per channel.Its an Ice technology D class. I have a complete Legacy system and I wanted to try one of their matching amps. I just can't believe with Legacy's history and reputation that this thing will not be up to the task. The first batch sold out quicker than expected and I am waiting on the next shipment to arrive sometime first of March. I'm real excited. Watch the video at bottom, these things are impressive.
Legacy Audio’s new i·V 7 is the most powerful home theater amplifier to date.Featuring state of the art ICEedge® technology, the elegant seven channel amplifier approaches 80% efficiency while delivering 600 watts per channel into 8 ohms all seven channels driven.
Removing dynamic limitations while preserving detail is paramount to the listening experience -- home theater demands both high current (i) and high voltage (V) output.
Legacy Audio’s new i·V 7 is the most powerful home theater amplifier to date.
Featuring state of the art ICEedge® technology, the elegant seven channel amplifier approaches 80% efficiency while delivering 600 watts per channel into 8 ohms all seven channels driven. Such exceptional power is the product of very high current (i) and voltage (V) output capabilities providing stability into low impedances with a peak output current capability of 38A. The amplifier supports 12VDC triggered on/off and will also be available in a rack mount 8 channel version for Atmos® installations.
i·V 7 Features:
Short circuit protection
Front panel status indicator
Say goodbye to excessive heat and transformer hum. The crystal-clear sound is virtually noise-free and reliability is assured- after all, it’s a Legacy.
Music reproduction can demand high peak wattage requirements yet is still highly transient by nature. The iV7 amplifier boasts four very capable power supplies, each shared by two channels.
PS1: output channels 1, 2 PS2: output channels 3, 4
PS3: output channels 5, 6 PS4: output channels 7, 8
While each channel output is identical in capability, it is logical to pair a higher demand front channel with a lower demand surround channel to maximize performance from a given power supply. Consult the user manual for suggested connection templates.