About the OSD XMP100
A versatile amp for distributed audio
A versatile amp for distributed audio
OSD's XMP100 uses an efficient Class D amplifier to deliver clean, powerful sound to up to two pairs of speakers. There are A and B selector buttons on the front panel that let you choose which speakers you'd like to listen to. You can even have both sets of speakers playing simultaneously by pressing both buttons in. The front panel also has a volume knob and balance knob to help you dial in the sound in your room or rooms.
"Main" and "local" source inputs
You'll find two RCA source inputs on the rear of the amplifier. You can hook up anything that uses an RCA connection, like a preamplifier, a smartphone (using a 3.5mm-to-RCA cable), or the like. Use the "main" input for the primary source you'd like to share between rooms. Its signal gets passed through a pair of RCA main outputs, for easy daisy-chaining to additional amplifiers. Use the secondary input for a "local" source. The amp automatically switches to your local source when it senses a signal. When it stops, the amp switches back to your main source.
- outputs for two pairs of speakers
- efficient bridgeable Class D amplifier
- 50 watts per channel at 8 ohms
- 75 watts per channel at 4 ohms
- 160 watts per channel in bridged mode (only 8-ohm stable)
- auto-sensing turn on feature turns amplifier on when a source is detected
- frequency response: 10Hz-30,000Hz (-2dB/ +1dB)
- signal-to-noise ratio: 100dB
- THD: <1%
Connections and controls:
- front-panel A/B source buttons for zone speaker selection
- dual RCA stereo inputs for connecting two separate sources
- priority "interrupt" input automatically switches to a second source when signal is detected
- auxiliary RCA stereo output for sending signal to another amplifier
- front-panel volume and balance knob
- rear-panel bass and treble controls (± 12dB at 100Hz and 10kHz)
- 3.5mm 12-volt IR trigger inputs and outputs for control with IR repeaters
- 17-5/16"W x 2-3/16"H x 6-15/16"D
- weight: 4.7 lbs.
- warranty: 2 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
- MFR # XMP100
What's in the box:
- Stereo amplifier
- Owner's Manual
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Features & specs
|Number of Channels||2|
|Power Output per Channel (8 ohms)||50|
|Power Output per Channel (6 ohms)||---|
|Power Output per Channel (4 ohms)||75|
|Bridged Power per Channel||160 watts|
|Parts Warranty||2 Years|
|Labor Warranty||2 Years|
|Inputs & Outputs|
|Number of Inputs||2|
|Removable Power Cord||No|
|Speaker Connectors||Binding Post|
Class D Stereo Amplifier: The OSD Audio XMP100 stereo amplifier incorporates class D amplification for clean and high efficient power with low distortion. It can be operated in Stereo mode or Bridged-Mono mode. The XMP100 amplifier can handle 8- or 4-ohm impedance loads in Stereo mode, as well as an 8-ohm impedance load in Bridged-Mono mode.
- 8-Ohm Stereo Output: 50 watts x 2 channels (@ 1kHz with 1% THD and 100dB SNR)
- 4-Ohm Stereo Output: 75 watts x 2 channels (@ 1kHz with 1% THD and 100dB SNR)
- 8-Ohm Bridged-Mono Output: 160 watts x 1 channel (@ 1kHz 1% THD and 100dB SNR).
Analog Line-Level Inputs: The OSD Audio XMP100 class D amplifier is outfitted with two sets of stereo analog line-level RCA inputs. There is a Main stereo RCA input and a Interrupting Stereo RCA input. When an audio signal is present at the Interrupting Stereo RCA input, then the XMP100 will automatically switch from the Main input to the Interrupting input. There is approximately a 6 second delay when switching between the Interrupting input and the Main input.
Analog Line-Level Output: The rear-panel stereo analog line-level RCA output allows the XMP100's Main input signal to be passed through to another amplifier. The analog line-level output does not support the XMP100's Interrupting input.
Speaker A & B Outputs: The OSD Audio XMP100 is outfitted with A & B speaker outputs. Thee A & B speaker outputs consists of binding post terminals that will accept bare-wire (up to 12AWG), pin-connectors, and banana plugs (single or dual). In Stereo mode, you can connect one pair of 4-ohm loudspeakers or two pair of 8-ohm loudspeakers. In Bridged-Mono mode, you can only connect a single 8-ohm loudspeaker to either the A or B speaker outputs, but not both.
- You can select output from Speaker A only, Speaker B only, or select output from both Speaker A and Speaker B.
- When using both the A & B speaker outputs, the same audio source will be played back in both zones.
Tone Controls: The OSD Audio XMP100 amplifier offers Bass (100Hz) & Treble 10kHz), as well as Balance (L/R) control. The Bass & Treble control knobs are located on the rear-panel and can be adjusted between -12 and +12 dB. The Balance control knob is located on the front-panel.
12V Trigger In/Out: There is a 12V trigger input (3.5mm) and output (3.5mm) on the back of the OSD Audio amplifier. The 12V trigger input allows the XMP100 to be powered on by the 12V trigger output of another electronic component. The 12V trigger output lets you power on another electronic component that features a 12V trigger input from the XMP100 amp.
Attached AC Power Cord: The OSD Audio XMP100 features an attached 5.5' AC power cord that will need to be plugged into an AC wall outlet or surge protector (sold separately).
The OSD XMP100 replaces these items
- 50 watts x 2 (8 ohms); 60 watts x 2 (4 ohms); 150 watts x 1 (8 ohms, bridged)
- high-current Class AB amplifier design
- main and secondary ("Interrupt") audio line inputs with automatic source switching
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