Experience the ultimate in home theatre performance and versatility with the MX-A5200 AVENTAGE power amplifier. The 11-channel system exemplifies the pursuit for purity of sound and unsurpassed flexibility.
Power and Presence
The MX-A5200 offers 11 x discrete channels of amplification with flexible configuration options - delivering an impressive combination of power and quality.
Enjoy the flexibility of a multi-zone system or immerse yourself in exhilarating surround sound using any combination of 11-channels.
Ultimate Performance with BTL
To further enhance power capacity, the MX-A5200 supports Bridge Tied Load (BTL) configuration for the front 2 channels. This allows for a major improvement to the front speaker performance.
As part of its uncompromising design, the MX-A5200 boasts a specially designed chassis to maximise rigidity and eliminate the effects of vibration.
The MX-A5200 employs a double bottom construction consisting of vibration control plates made of 1.6 mm steel - echoing that of the legendary Z11 AV receiver.
In order to support the heavy heat sinks and other components, a left-right independent construction strengthened by a rigid-frame structure is utilised. The bottom frame reduces the transmission of vibration produced by the large power supply transformer and heat sinks.
The MX-A5200 also incorporates a heavy insulator that blocks external vibration.
Precisely planned, circuit-routed and designed with a symmetrical power amplifier layout, the MX-A5200 achieves ideal channel separation with left and right sides being both physically and electrically isolated.
The design also greatly improves signal-to-noise ratio and achieves an expansive sound stage.
The MX-A5200 utilises a high-output, large toroidal transformer combined with 2 specially developed high-capacity block capacitors to deliver massive power with generous headroom.
Also, energy loss is minimised and ensures effortless reproduction of sound sources.
Balanced XLR Connections
When connecting AV components, electrical noise can be introduced - a result of the connections between them and also from other sources of external noise.
To combat this inherent issue, the MX-A5200 utilizes balanced connections for all 11-channels - the same type found in professional audio applications.
Additionally, the alternative RCA unbalanced connection uses a ground sensing transmission method that achieves simple balanced transmission.