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Been meaning to make a post on this but have been either lazy or working for a while now.
Anyways, some cool features for its size including a built in power supply (no big stupid brick to trip over because my cable management is half-assed), a high-pass filter, a full 0-180 degrees phase adjustment, and single band EQ. If the power ratings are even half accurate, it could allow for a nifty desktop bass module. I might do some modeling later with the 6.5" Tang Band and see what's up. The manual says "0.26% THD at rated power" which seems oddly specific for an amplifier distortion rating. It also claims 145W power consumption, so the 100W at 4 ohms might very well be more or less accurate. Hell, I might buy one and send it to Big D and have him put it on the amp dyno.
The only thing it's missing is a high pass on the line out.
It has an adjustable subsonic filter @blue934 , and in stock at Solen.
Yeah, a variable high-pass on the line out would be a welcome addition.
I am still waiting for someone to sell me a 5.1, 5.2, 7.1, 7.2 lineup of these things - especially in a plate form factor. I know I could buy one of these and several other small amps and do it that way but again, my laziness is a factor.
I caught that also, thanks dcibel.