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Joined the club today. Ordered the 2200 Monoblock "3 pack" to add to my Pioneer SC-97. The Black-Friday deal was too good to pass up and I had to give them a try.



I will use them for my front stage and let the built-in amps run the other 8 speakers. I'm replacing an Audiosource amp I was using for the rears that I have the gain cranked up and recently developed audible hiss from my listening position.



Anyone have gain problem with a 2200 on a Pioneer AVR? My biggest concern with adding an external amp is the input sensitivity being too high and not being able to drive it fully. The sensitivity of the 2200 is as good as it gets at .850v on the RCA inputs so I'm hoping it is a non-issue.
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I just ordered a replacement 2200 monoblock for the unit I mentioned a few months back is having major humming issues now. I did some testing on it this weekend. I replaced the XLR cables with RCA and the buzz got 10x louder so I was pretty sure this would be a good time to replace. I get a GREAT black Friday deal!

Ill probably do a amp rotation again of the 7 2200 monoblocks I have. This was the rear left speaker for me. I'll probably put the new 2200 on the brand new Polk 706c center I also just got on a great deal.

Consider that I have had these amps for over 10,000 hours of hard work, I calculate that this thing cost me .035 cents per HOUR of use (and I still have 6 of these running perfect)

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Hi I got an 7900 bought in 2011 and it 's time To change my preamp.The last one was Integra DTC 9.8 paired with Paradigm Studio v.4. What are the best choices.The Outlaw 976 is good ?
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Joined the club today. Ordered the 2200 Monoblock "3 pack" to add to my Pioneer SC-97. The Black-Friday deal was too good to pass up and I had to give them a try.
Same here...I had been watching the 3 channel Monolith amp hoping for a deal. The BF M2200 3 pack was too good to pass up in the Power to Price ratio.

I’ll be beefing up my Marantz 5011 receiver. I’d love to hear from others who went down a similar path.

Edit: One other request is anyone who has rack mounted them...are there any kits? I use middle Atlantic gear but their site is not showing anything for the M2200 or 200.

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Same here...I had been watching the 3 channel Monolith amp hoping for a deal. The BF M2200 3 pack was too good to pass up in the Power to Price ratio.

I’ll be beefing up my Marantz 5011 receiver. I’d love to hear from others who went down a similar path.

Edit: One other request is anyone who has rack mounted them...are there any kits? I use middle Atlantic gear but their site is not showing anything for the M2200 or 200.
Well, I haven't jumped on the BF M2200 3 pack offer, but I did purchase 4 2200s probably 7 or 8 years ago and used all 4 of them with my Yamaha Pre-pros. Currently I'm only using two of them (replaced the 2200s with a Outlaw 7700 some years back) now for the front L&R channels with my 3080. I have been incredibly happy with these amps. I don't think you will be disappointed.

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One other request is anyone who has rack mounted them...are there any kits? I use middle Atlantic gear but their site is not showing anything for the M2200 or 200.

Great question. I assumed it came with rack mounting ears.


Can anyone let us know if the M2200 comes with rack mounting hardware?


If it does not come with hardware, any rack mounting suggestions?

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Great question. I assumed it came with rack mounting ears.


Can anyone let us know if the M2200 comes with rack mounting hardware?
They do not.
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Well, I haven't jumped on the BF M2200 3 pack offer, but I did purchase 4 2200s probably 7 or 8 years ago and used all 4 of them with my Yamaha Pre-pros. Currently I'm only using two of them (replaced the 2200s with a Outlaw 7700 some years back) now for the front L&R channels with my 3080. I have been incredibly happy with these amps. I don't think you will be disappointed.
Similar Situation in that I have not yet hit the 3 pack buy button, but not sure if the need is present. I ran across an upgrade opportunity so finally moving on from my RX-Z7 Yammy + 3 old M200 Outlaws. (Outlaws are currently running my main LCR.) I picked up an RX-A2050. It's not even hooked up yet, so looking for advice on best place for integration of the 3 M200's. Due to their age I am tempted to replace with 3 x M2200's, but I think they're largely the same unit, no? Are the amps in the Aventage a better bet for the main LCR stage or should I keep using the outlaws? (I still need to buy atmos speakers) I'm driving NHT Classic IV series for my main 5 speakers; Super One's for surround back.

Unfortunately I'll have no time to swap the receivers out before the Outlaw BF deal is over, so any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

I just wish it would work as advertized.
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Similar Situation in that I have not yet hit the 3 pack buy button, but not sure if the need is present. I ran across an upgrade opportunity so finally moving on from my RX-Z7 Yammy + 3 old M200 Outlaws. (Outlaws are currently running my main LCR.) I picked up an RX-A2050. It's not even hooked up yet, so looking for advice on best place for integration of the 3 M200's. Due to their age I am tempted to replace with 3 x M2200's, but I think they're largely the same unit, no? Are the amps in the Aventage a better bet for the main LCR stage or should I keep using the outlaws? (I still need to buy atmos speakers) I'm driving NHT Classic IV series for my main 5 speakers; Super One's for surround back.

Unfortunately I'll have no time to swap the receivers out before the Outlaw BF deal is over, so any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
My main motivation for using two of my 2200s with my 3080 is that I wanted to use all 11 channels and using the 2200s for the front L&R channels seemed to make the most sense.
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Hi everyone,

I see Outlaw BF/Cyber Monday prices on the link someone provided. I am new to the amp prices since a I am just starting to build my home theater, Is that a good price for the Outlaw 5000? Also I see that the 7000X is not that far off in pricing, is the 7 channel a better purchase than the 5000? Is the free shipping the highlight of the sale?

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Hi everyone,

I see Outlaw BF/Cyber Monday prices on the link someone provided. I am new to the amp prices since a I am just starting to build my home theater, Is that a good price for the Outlaw 5000? Also I see that the 7000X is not that far off in pricing, is the 7 channel a better purchase than the 5000? Is the free shipping the highlight of the sale?
The price is pretty good. The 7000 is quieter and shielded better and you do get XLR connectors (I like them better than RCA as they have a more positive connector), though it's not a fully differential balanced amp. Those amps are spendy as all circuits are doubled up.

Much depends on your power requirements and how many speakers you have.

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I see Outlaw BF/Cyber Monday prices on the link someone provided. I am new to the amp prices since a I am just starting to build my home theater, Is that a good price for the Outlaw 5000? Also I see that the 7000X is not that far off in pricing, is the 7 channel a better purchase than the 5000? Is the free shipping the highlight of the sale?
The price is pretty good. The 7000 is quieter and shielded better and you do get XLR connectors (I like them better than RCA as they have a more positive connector), though it's not a fully differential balanced amp. Those amps are spendy as all circuits are doubled up.

Much depends on your power requirements and how many speakers you have.
Hi, thanks for the response. I will be putting together a 7.2.4 setup. I purchased a Denon AVR-X4500H and I was planning on using the amp to power the L/R floor standing RP-800F speakers and my center RP-504C speaker along with my front set of elevation speakers RP-500SA. The rest of my speakers I was planing on running them to my receiver. Do you think the outlaw 5000 will suffice?
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Hi, thanks for the response. I will be putting together a 7.2.4 setup. I purchased a Denon AVR-X4500H and I was planning on using the amp to power the L/R floor standing RP-800F speakers and my center RP-504C speaker along with my front set of elevation speakers RP-500SA. The rest of my speakers I was planing on running them to my receiver. Do you think the outlaw 5000 will suffice?

Knowing what I now know about receiver amp capabilities (the tiny shared power supply is holding them back) and how some receiver amps like to get toaster warm when you're cranking a movie (like the 4500H), I would go with the Outlaw 7000 and run your 7 base layer speakers with it and let the receiver power the overheads as they won't see as much action.



Since you purchased the RP-500SA's and not on-ceiling or in-ceiling speakers I'm assuming you're mounting them as Height speakers up at the ceiling juncture (like the SVS Prime Elevations). In that case, I would run them as follows:


Place the RP-500SA's on the side walls (not the front and rear walls) at the ceiling juncture at the Top Front and Top Rear position angles (45 degrees forward and 45 degrees rearward of your main listening position) and set them as Top Front and Top Rear speakers even though they're on the side walls and not on the ceiling. You will get better speaker layer separation that way. Obviously, the best is mounted on the ceiling, but this would be second best.



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Hi, thanks for the response. I will be putting together a 7.2.4 setup. I purchased a Denon AVR-X4500H and I was planning on using the amp to power the L/R floor standing RP-800F speakers and my center RP-504C speaker along with my front set of elevation speakers RP-500SA. The rest of my speakers I was planing on running them to my receiver. Do you think the outlaw 5000 will suffice?

Knowing what I now know about receiver amp capabilities (the tiny shared power supply is holding them back) and how some receiver amps like to get toaster warm when you're cranking a movie (like the 4500H), I would go with the Outlaw 7000 and run your 7 base layer speakers with it and let the receiver power the overheads as they won't see as much action.



Since you purchased the RP-500SA's and not on-ceiling or in-ceiling speakers I'm assuming you're mounting them as Height speakers up at the ceiling juncture (like the SVS Prime Elevations). In that case, I would run them as follows:


Place the RP-500SA's on the side walls (not the front and rear walls) at the ceiling juncture at the Top Front and Top Rear position angles (45 degrees forward and 45 degrees rearward of your main listening position) and set them as Top Front and Top Rear speakers even though they're on the side walls and not on the ceiling. You will get better speaker layer separation that way. Obviously, the best is mounted on the ceiling, but this would be second best.


That makes a lot of sense. I will definitely mount my elevation speakers that way. Thanks for your help. You convinced me to get the 7000x.
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Hi, thanks for the response. I will be putting together a 7.2.4 setup. I purchased a Denon AVR-X4500H and I was planning on using the amp to power the L/R floor standing RP-800F speakers and my center RP-504C speaker along with my front set of elevation speakers RP-500SA. The rest of my speakers I was planing on running them to my receiver. Do you think the outlaw 5000 will suffice?

Knowing what I now know about receiver amp capabilities (the tiny shared power supply is holding them back) and how some receiver amps like to get toaster warm when you're cranking a movie (like the 4500H), I would go with the Outlaw 7000 and run your 7 base layer speakers with it and let the receiver power the overheads as they won't see as much action.



Since you purchased the RP-500SA's and not on-ceiling or in-ceiling speakers I'm assuming you're mounting them as Height speakers up at the ceiling juncture (like the SVS Prime Elevations). In that case, I would run them as follows:


Place the RP-500SA's on the side walls (not the front and rear walls) at the ceiling juncture at the Top Front and Top Rear position angles (45 degrees forward and 45 degrees rearward of your main listening position) and set them as Top Front and Top Rear speakers even though they're on the side walls and not on the ceiling. You will get better speaker layer separation that way. Obviously, the best is mounted on the ceiling, but this would be second best.


That makes a lot of sense. I will definitely mount my elevation speakers that way. Thanks for your help. You convinced me to get the 7000x.
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For 2200 owners. Do these amps make any pops/thumps or other noises from the speakers when they turn on? I have my NAD T955 and it is silent when the amp comes on.
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For 2200 owners. Do these amps make any pops/thumps or other noises from the speakers when they turn on? I have my NAD T955 and it is silent when the amp comes on.
None of the four that I own have ever done so. They are silent on power on and power off. No audible noise in the speakers when on either.

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None of the four that I own have ever done so. They are silent on power on and power off. No audible noise in the speakers when on either.
Thank you bwillcox. I am debating ordering three of these today to power my Polk LSiM 707, LSiM 706c that are in my living room and currently powered by a Yamaha 3070. The 707's need much more power than a 3070 to tap their capability. I was thinking of trying the 7000x or three of the 2200's. I am only doing a 5.1 with this system and Polk LSiM 703's bring up the rear. I am suspecting more potential for hum and other line noise etc with the older, but more powerful, 2200's vs the 7000x. If the 2200's worked without issue, the 707's would likely enjoy the 300 watts into 4 ohms.
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Thank you bwillcox. I am debating ordering three of these today to power my Polk LSiM 707, LSiM 706c that are in my living room and currently powered by a Yamaha 3070. The 707's need much more power than a 3070 to tap their capability. I was thinking of trying the 7000x or three of the 2200's. I am only doing a 5.1 with this system and Polk LSiM 703's bring up the rear. I am suspecting more potential for hum and other line noise etc with the older, but more powerful, 2200's vs the 7000x. If the 2200's worked without issue, the 707's would likely enjoy the 300 watts into 4 ohms.
Currently I am using two of my 2200s as the L&R front channels with my 3080. I used all four for years for the presence channels on my main system until I replaced them with an Outlaw Audio 7700. This left me with 3 unused channels in it that I could someday use two of if Yamaha releases a 13 channel Prepro.

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I told myself NO during this sale, and now I am kicking myself. How often do they run sales like this?

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I told myself NO during this sale, and now I am kicking myself. How often do they run sales like this?
My 5000x just arrived yesterday. 😉

Great deal.

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I ended up ordering the Marantz 7705 bundle with the 7000x. I also ordered the 3 pack bundle of the 2200s. The 2200s will be powering Polk LSiM 707s and a 706c. I can’t wait to try it out!

This is my first Outlaw purchase. No one I’ve talked to Has heard of Outlaw. Please tell me I made a good choice.
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I ended up ordering the Marantz 7705 bundle with the 7000x. I also ordered the 3 pack bundle of the 2200s. The 2200s will be powering Polk LSiM 707s and a 706c. I can’t wait to try it out!

This is my first Outlaw purchase. No one I’ve talked to Has heard of Outlaw. Please tell me I made a good choice.
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