Ok, I’ve searched and searched and not found an existing thread so Ill start one. There are also so few Amp threads and hard to find real good info peices on amps.
I’m now up to 5 Outlaw 2200's on my system and will go 7 and maybe even 9 to 11. I absolutely love these things. Sure they aren’t flashy like a lot of amps but I must say, I absolutely love their sound quality. I've spent the past month investigating amps around here and I am amazed at how their pricing grows exponentially from 200 watts+. You just can’t beat the price on these things. I can’t find any complaints about them anywhere.
I like the fact that at any time in the future, I can swap them out. Their so useful I can move them to my system in my bedroom or my bonus room (when my ht is done). They drive just about anything and if they don’t, then buy 2 more and biamp them. (Ive heard of guys tri-amping speakers with them)
When I hit 7, Ill be ready for a prepro specifically the Integra 9.8 which is on my radar (as if I could even get one).
You just can’t beat the price of these little guys, excellent bang for the buck. I friggen love them.
I figured I would update the original post.
My 7 Outlaw 2200 Monoblocks now have over 12 years of hard work, easily more then 10,000 hours on each. One of them had developed a loud buzz and I just bought a replacement, but even then I figure that one 2200 cost me about .035 center per HOUR to own (hell, the power probably costs more).
Most the rest of my theater has been upgraded since, 1080p to 4K projector. Onkyo 805 to a Marantz AV8802s a few years back. Bluray to 4K bluray to streaming services. Playstation 3 to Playstation 4. Some Polk RTI speakers to LSI and even some Paradigm surrounds... etc... etc... etc...
But these guys keep on running.
I am nothing but happy with this product, I dont think I could have done any better over the past decade.
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" -Arthur C. Clarke
Last edited by tleavit; 11-24-2019 at 07:56 AM.