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Phase Linear 200 Series Amplifiers

The 200 power amplifier was Phase Linear's least powerful but most affordable amp. It was introduced in 1976 with a list price of $389.00. It was rated at 105 watts per channel into 8 ohms. The 200 had LED output meters instead of VU meters.

 

The model 200 amplifier did not have speaker wire binding posts like those on the 400 and 700.  Instead, there were the crimp type shown here. It had  Velocity Feedback and Meter Range switches. 

 The 200 continued unchanged for 1977, but later that year the 200 B was introduced. Dimensions (19.00w x 8.75d x 5.50h) and specs were essentially the same, but the price was even more affordable at $329.95.


Phase Linear 200 B (back)

 


Phase Linear 200 Series Two


200 Series Two back view

The 200 Series Two, introduced in 1978, featured significant improvements in specifications and power. It was rated at 120 watts per channel. Total harmonic distortion and intermodulation distortion were both reduced to .09%.  Price was $399.95.

The 200 Series Two was superceded by the 300 Series Two in 1979.

 


 
 
 
 
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