Arcam PA720 - 7 Channel Class G Power Amplifier
7-channel power amplifier
A rugged amplifier to drive seven speakers in an immersive surround sound setup.
Seven channels of solid power
If you're building a home theater sound system, the Arcam PA720 can feed your speakers the watts they need. It produces 100 watts times seven channels, for your front left, right, and center speakers, plus four more surround and/or effects speakers. Now you can immerse yourself completely in movie dialogue, sound effects, and music.
Versatile Class G amplifier
The engineers who designed the PA720 wanted it to provide the right amount of power at the right time, so your entertainment choices sound exactly as they should. That's why they chose a Class G amplifier design, which uses 20 watts of Class A circuitry for standard-level signals, then kicks in a higher-voltage power supply for more demanding dynamic peaks. And it does it without adding any crossover distortion or noise.
The PA720 offers unbalanced RCA and balanced XLR inputs for connecting to an A/V preamp. An RS232 input allows third-party remote control, and an Ethernet port lets you connect to the internet and works with home automation. There's 12-volt trigger input and output for remote turn-on, and a USB Type-A port for firmware updates.
- 100 watts per channel into 8 ohms (20-20,000 Hz) at 0.2% THD with all channels driven
- 140 watts per channel into 4 ohms
- efficient high-voltage Class G amplifier with 20 watts of Class A output
- toroidal power transformer for low noise and high-current output
- 7 unbalanced RCA inputs
- 7 balanced XLR inputs
- switchable RCA/XLR input mode
- grouped pairs of speaker outputs with binding-post connectors
- USB Type-A port for firmware updates
- RS-232 and Ethernet ports for control via third-party automation systems
- 12-volt trigger input and output
- detachable AC power cord
Dimensions and warranty:
- 17-1/16"W x 7"H x 16-3/4"D
- weight: 39.6 lbs.
- warranty: 5 years
What's in the box:
- 7-Channel power amplifier
- 5' AC power cord
- Registration Instructions
Inputs & Outputs