At a glance
- Multi Channel Amplifier
- Class D Amplification
- 410W per Channel
- Ultra-low distortion
- In-house designed buffer-stage for superior sonic performance
- Ideal partner for all Amphion models and other passive speakers
The Amphion Amp400.8 is a multi-channel Class D amplifier designed for immersive audio applications providing 410W per channel a capable of providing exceptional quality to any speakers in their range.
The Amphion Amp400.8 Class-D amplifier provides plenty of power with a fast transient response and low distortion. A buffer stage was developed in house to improve impedance characteristics and cohesion between all channels to ensure perfect consistency of control, neutrality and distortion. translating into a controlled and emotionally involved sound.
Beautiful Immersive Sound.
Designed primarily for immersive audio, including dolby atmos, the Amp400.8 can also be employed for traditional stereo applications powering up to four different pairs of speakers.
The eight-channel amplifier has been specifically designed to provide outstanding performance with all Amphion speakers from the diminutive One12 studio monitors to the Two18 three-way speakers. It also provides excellent performance with a wide range of third party passive speakers too.
The Amp400.8 can be used reliably for most surround and immersive setups including 7.1.4 dolby atmos, 7.1 and 5.1 surround applications.
Amphion studio monitors provide exceptional performance for professional music makers with outstanding tonal balance, clarity and phase response as well as highly accurate imaging to help musicians, producers and sound engineers achieve their sonic goals faster and in complete confidence.
The tonal consistency offered throughout the range of speakers make them ideal for any immersive sound applications including dolby atmos, delivering superior translation required for critical audio applications.
The Amp400.8 includes Neutrik XLR and speakon connectors to provide easy and secure connectivity across the entire system.