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- Thread starter joeinid
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They are indeed. Heard them in Phoenix on XLF's. Lots of boxes! Crazy good sound.

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:woot:

It's okay to dream, isn't it?

Hell yes!

2KW's on Aida's? Hmmm....

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Hell yes!

+1 :heart:

Love those Mc amps !!!!!

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The power supply blocks with the globes are just aweful to me.

I would need six of those of those amplifiers (18 boxes) if I were to convert my system!

Definitely not happening.

Definitely not happening.

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100 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts 110 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts 120 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts 220 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts 230 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts 240 Volts, 50/60Hz at 35 watts

MC2KW Power Module Power Requirements1

100 Volts, 50/60Hz at 1440 watts 110 Volts, 50/60Hz at 13.0 amps 120 Volts, 50/60Hz at 12.0 amps 220 Volts, 50/60Hz at 7.5 amps 230 Volts, 50/60Hz at 6.5 amps 240 Volts, 50/60Hz at 6.5 amps

1 The Power Requirements listed are for each MC2KW Power Module, two are required for each MC2KW Power Amplifier

What do they retail for?Do they require any special AC wiring in your home? Like your own transformer station? LOL!

The retail on them in 2009 was $35,000 each.

As far as power is concerned, each power module requires a minimum of 12 amps at 120volts, so they each require their own power circuit of at least 15 amps, two for each channel and four 15 amp circuits for a two channel system.

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It looks like a toaster. ...One slot (on top) for the thicker pieces of bread, and the other ...

The dials in front? ...For how light or dark brown you like your toasts; adjustment "burn" control.

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That photo is very misleading in what it looks like.

Yes Gary, the picture truly does look like a toaster.