NuForce Inc, introduces today STA-100 stereo power amplifier. IMG_7966

Similar to NuForce’s other amplifiers, the STA-100 utilizes a Class-D design topology that delivers 160-Watts per channel. Proprietary feedback circuitry operates as the cornerstone of the STA-100’s sound quality. A self-resonant design, the 400 kHz PWM switching frequency constantly adjusts to the input signal, output current demands, and loudspeaker impedance variations.

There’s not a lot going on on the front panel and so here’s a photo of the rear of the amplifier.

 

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