Experience true studio sound

All THX Certified amplifiers are capable of playing at THX Reference Level volume when used with THX Certified loudspeakers. THX Reference Level is the exact sound level at which audio content is recorded in the post-production studio (85 dB plus 20 dB of dynamic headroom = 105 dB SPL). Listening at THX Reference Level ensures content is being reproduced at the same volume and nuances originally heard in the studio by the content creators.

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Maximize system performance

All THX Certified amplifiers have fixed volume gain which is calibrated to match THX Certified loudspeaker sensitivity.

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Experience true studio sound

All THX Certified amplifiers are capable of playing at THX Reference Level volume when used with THX Certified loudspeakers. THX Reference Level is the exact sound level at which audio content is recorded in the post-production studio (85 dB plus 20 dB of dynamic headroom = 105 dB SPL). Listening at THX Reference Level ensures content is being reproduced at the same volume and nuances originally heard in the studio by the content creators.

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Configure with components from different brands

All THX Certified amplifiers allow for easy component matching amongst multiple brands and product categories. A THX Ultra amplifier is tested and confirmed to provide the best entertainment experience possible when paired with THX Ultra Certified loudspeakers– it is not restricted to use with only THX Certified speakers. THX Certified components are optimized to work within the THX ecosystem, they will work with non-THX Certified devices as well. If pairing various brands together, you would want to review the speaker specs to see of impedance/sensitivity/power handing is compatible.

Questions to ask when choosing an amplifier

Many considerations go into putting together a system that meets your needs, room size, and wants. Below are a few key specifics to look at when shopping for your amplifier.

Why it matters

It is important to match speakers and amplifiers based on the above criteria to ensure optimum performance and prevent possible damage to components.

Many amplifiers create a lot of heat during operation. This heat needs to be diverted so as to avoid the amplifier reducing its output power, turning on internal cooling fans, or shutting down. If ventilation is a concern, modifications to the furniture may be necessary (i.e, the addition of cooling fans and/or vents). You could also consider a more efficient hi-fidelity amplifier which produces less heat.

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