The Sherbourn PA 7-350 is a beast of an amp - with a massive 3.3 kVA toroidal power supply pushing 350 watts into 8 ohms, 4 ohm stability, and seven channels of amplification, "a beast" may be putting it lightly. At over 100 pounds and with convection cooling and a high efficiency, “Soft Switch” class H design, this truly is an audiophile-grade amplifier. If you define "audiophile-grade" as "tons of power, every feature you'll need and none you don't." If you define it as "full of silver/platinum/chocolatey bits, marketing speak, and pseudo-science," well, you're looking at the wrong company. The only thing that is holding us back from our highest Preview Article rating of "Gotta have it!" is not knowing the price. Regardless, we think there are more than a few that have already looked into preordering this monster.
Kinda pricey compared to what Outlaw is offering, as well as Parasound (I think).
Edit: nevermind, Parasound aint cheap either. I think Outlaw and Emo are gonna be the only two amp companies I consider with my budget.
RIP STEVEN 12/26/2013
65" VT50 / BDP-103D
X4000 / Outlaw Model 7125
Klipsch RF82 II and RC62 II / Hsu VTF-15H (2)
Directv HR44/200 and AM21N
What a BEAST !!!
Pioneer KRP-500M / Denon AVR-2809CI / Emotiva XPA-3
Paradigm Studio 10's / Paradigm Studio CC-490 / Def Tech PM-800
Sunfire HRS-8 / Oppo BDP-103D / Behringer DSP-1124 / Digiwave DTV-5000
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