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Item:  Exposure 3010S2 "Stereo" Power Amplifier

Location: Perth, WA

Price: 750 + postage

Item Condition:  excellent - no marks i can see

Reason for selling:

Unfortunately the AV receiver i just got (Yamaha rx v673) cant integrate an external amp to drive my front speakers which is what i planned to do.


Those sneaky sods at Yamaha, it shows the functionality available in the manual, however the manual is for both the rx v673/773. The 773 has this ability, not the 673...i guess i should have paid attention to the fine print before buying!


Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, bank transfer

Extra Info:

This is in excellent shape, no marks or scratches i can see. Its a reassuringly solid unit with a really nice finish, described on the website as having a "full-aluminium casework and extruded front panel to control resonance and stray electro-magnetic fields".


I have the original box and packaging, along with quick start guide etc. Believe i am the third owner. The first owner paid around $1,200 AUD in early 2012. (I have receipt)


As my wife loves the yamaha and how its created less "clutter" (... sound is unimportant obviously), and i no longer have a pre-amp, this power amp must now go :/


Please note: this unit can only accept banana plugs (see picture of rear of unit). Looks really clean, and i quite like the implementation, however anyone who uses spades or bare wire for that matter, cant use this power amp or will have to get different speaker cable.


• Power Output (Stereo) : 110 Watts per channel at 1KHz into 8 Ohms
• Input Impedance : 18K Ohms
• Frequency Response : 20Hz - 20Khz ± 0.5dB
• Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.015% at rated output, ref. 1KHz
• Signal to Noise Ratio : >100dB, ref. rated output
• Channel Separation : >60dB, 20Hz - 20KHz
• Mains Supply : 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set)
• Power Consumption : <400VA, 8 Ohm load both channels driven
• Dimensions - H x W x D : 115mm x 440mm x 300mm
• Nett Weight (unpacked) : 12kg
• Gross Weight (packed) : 14kg


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