Input connections are made via combination connectors allowing for both balanced XLR and balanced 1/4" TRS connections. For the outputs, the SX3200 amplifier provides standard 5-way binding posts, as well as Speakon' connectors. Front panel controls and displays include a power switch with LED indicator, as well as independent left and right channel input level controls. To help you set the correctoperating levels, the SX amplifiers include front panel Signal, Peak and Protection LED indicators.
Like all serious power amplifiers, the SX3200's internal electronics are based around a serious powercore, with oversized toroidal transformer and large extruded heatsinks. To keep the SX amplifiers running cool, their designs employ twin internal wind tunnels with forced-air cooling via two temperature-sensitive,variable speed fans, which greatly reduce the chance of thermal and overheating problems. Multi-stage protection for power-up, over-heating, over-current, short circuit, low output impedance and DC voltage, assures high reliability under the most demanding situations.
The SX3200 is road tough with its all steel chassis, 19-inch rackmount design and convenient carry handles, so it's ready for a life of travel, or to make it's home in a fixed installation.
• Professional High Power, Class H, Rail-switching Amplifier
• 750 watts per side @ 8 ohms
• 1100 watts per side @ 4 ohms
• 2200 watts @ 8 ohms in bridged mono
• Dual Variable-speed Fan Cooling
• Signal, Peak, and Protection Circuit Indicators
• 5-way Binding Post and Speakon' Speaker Outputs
• XLR and TRS Input Connections
• Dual Rack Space Design
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- its way more than enought power than i need Review by Dj snoop
I purchased this unit years ago,need some reinfocement to push 4 15s,iam very impressed,the spec are mis leading the truth is it put out about 1300 watts at 4 ohms,it is more than 3200 plus watts bridged!!!i wont reccomend brideing something that big!!risking burning speakers up.samson warrant it,they are friendly,i had mines for years,no problems but it pushes them dual pa speakers.running on separd channel..not even half way turned up. (Posted on 1/24/2017)