The A120 may be small in physical appearance but its got all the muscle you need to drive even the most demanding subwoofers to house thumping levels.
The A120 is a Class D 120 Watts amplifier that when properly installed, runs cool under almost any load.
The A120 features a stereo/mono line level audio input that can receive full band audio from any audio amplifier, receiver or preamp or an LFE input from an appropriately featured device. The A120 also features a stereo speaker level input. Amplified stereo audio will pass through the A120 full-band and unprocessed to a pair of connected stereo speakers. The speaker level input will also be processed by the A120 crossover, phase and volume controls to enhance and optimize low frequency content. This feature is an easy way to add amplified in-wall or in-ceiling subwoofers to multi-room audio amplifiers that do not have zone-specific line level outputs.
The adjustable crossover allows fine-tuning the A120 Sub OUT setting to properly complement any full-range speakers or room conditions.
In addition the A120 features a phase adjustment that provides sub performance optimization given the sub’s placement relative to the main speakers.
The A120 is audio-sensing so anytime an audio signal hits the A120 line or speaker level inputs, the amp will instantly turn ON. The amp will also turn itself OFF after 15 minutes if no audio signal has been detected. There is also a 12VDC Trigger that will turn the A120 ON when 12-24VDC is applied and turn the amp OFF when the voltage is removed.
The A120 is the perfect match for many applications but makes a particularly great running mate with the Vanco Beale Street Audio D2.1 Stereo amp with subwoofer out, (see the system illustrations in the Connections section).
Please read and follow the instructions in this User Guide to assure you are getting the most from your new Beale Street Audio D2.1 A120 Subwoofer Amplifier.