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Old 03-15-2017, 12:11 AM   #1
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Default Received my Outlaw Model 7140 Amplifier Today

Coupled it with my AV7702II. Nice little amp but not much difference from the 7125 it replaces, just newer with some tweaks over the older model (plus a slight power bump).

Size and weight they are basically the same, the 7140 is quieter though, but its not like I could hear the 7125 from my seated position. Power cord is now detachable and the fuse is a 15a instead of a 12a. The new power button design is "better" IMO and this model has XLR's, so I grabbed XLR Belden cables from Blue Jeans Cable and ran those with the 7140 instead of RCA's.

I had been wanting the 7140 for the XLR's, and got a great offer for my 7125 from an acquaintance, so I figured what the hell! These are ATI built amps in California, and you can't beat that for the price, they also must be selling well because I had to wait on mine and the inspect and pack date was 3/9/17. IIRC, the 7125 was their best seller and it makes sense when you consider build quality, number of channels, and cost.

https://www.outlawaudio.com/products/7140.html


Power Output: 140 watts RMS x 7 All Channels Driven simultaneously into 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20 kHz with @ 0.05% THD.
225 watts RMS into 4 ohms @ 0.05% THD

Signal to Noise: >120dB "A" weighted

Frequency Response: 20Hz. -20kHz. +/- 0.1 dB at rated output

Intermodulation Distortion: < 0.05% at rated output.

Power Bandwidth: 5 Hz - >125kHz +0/-3 dB

Damping Factor: Greater than 400 from 10 Hz to 400 Hz

Crosstalk: Greater than -90 dB from 20 Hz to 20Khz

Gain: Voltage gain of 29 dB

Slew Rate: 50v/uSec

Input Impedance: Nominal 50k ohms

Input Sensitivity: 1.2 Volts for Full Rated Output

Remote Trigger Voltage: 3 - 32 Volts DC at 5 milliamperes or greater

Dimensions: (HxWxD): 6 including feet x 17.25 x 16

Weight: 53.55 lbs

Power Requirements: 120VAC, +/- 3%, 50Hz - 60Hz 1440 watts, maximum
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Congratulations on your new addition. Outlaw Audio amps have always impressed me with their build quality and performance. I know 3 people with them and they all say that Outlaws products are amazing, especially for the price. Very soon I will be adding one to my set up.
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Nice deal and super value! I was going to recommend looking into class D amplification, but you found a great deal there for a 7 channel amplifier! Sweet find!
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Originally Posted by elwaylite View Post
Coupled it with my AV7702II. Nice little amp but not much difference from the 7125 it replaces, just newer with some tweaks over the older model (plus a slight power bump).

Size and weight they are basically the same, the 7140 is quieter though, but its not like I could hear the 7125 from my seated position. Power cord is now detachable and the fuse is a 15a instead of a 12a. The new power button design is "better" IMO and this model has XLR's, so I grabbed XLR Belden cables from Blue Jeans Cable and ran those with the 7140 instead of RCA's.

I had been wanting the 7140 for the XLR's, and got a great offer for my 7125 from an acquaintance, so I figured what the hell! These are ATI built amps in California, and you can't beat that for the price, they also must be selling well because I had to wait on mine and the inspect and pack date was 3/9/17. IIRC, the 7125 was their best seller and it makes sense when you consider build quality, number of channels, and cost.

https://www.outlawaudio.com/products/7140.html


Power Output: 140 watts RMS x 7 All Channels Driven simultaneously into 8 ohms from 20Hz to 20 kHz with @ 0.05% THD.
225 watts RMS into 4 ohms @ 0.05% THD

Signal to Noise: >120dB "A" weighted

Frequency Response: 20Hz. -20kHz. +/- 0.1 dB at rated output

Intermodulation Distortion: < 0.05% at rated output.

Power Bandwidth: 5 Hz - >125kHz +0/-3 dB

Damping Factor: Greater than 400 from 10 Hz to 400 Hz

Crosstalk: Greater than -90 dB from 20 Hz to 20Khz

Gain: Voltage gain of 29 dB

Slew Rate: 50v/uSec

Input Impedance: Nominal 50k ohms

Input Sensitivity: 1.2 Volts for Full Rated Output

Remote Trigger Voltage: 3 - 32 Volts DC at 5 milliamperes or greater

Dimensions: (HxWxD): 6” including feet x 17.25” x 16”

Weight: 53.55 lbs

Power Requirements: 120VAC, +/- 3%, 50Hz - 60Hz 1440 watts, maximum
Was the main reason for the amp upgrade was to get XLR ability ?

And if so ................ How long is your cable run from your processor to your amp ?

BTW: Congrats on your new amp
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