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Bang is the smallest dual mono Class AB Power amp in the world. With a footprint of 9 inches (23cm), Bang is elegant in any desktop and living room setup. Bang’s size is deceiving as Bang packs a jaw-dropping punch! Utilising four sets of Max Current Power Supply (MCPS) developed by Burson, Bang delivers overwhelming power, speed, and details.
Bang is idealism in a small package. [+] Learn More – MCPS
Given its small form factor, you may mistake Bang for a Class D amplifier. In Burson, we openly dislike Class-D amps. Class D amplification introduces unnecessary processing to your audio signal resulting in terrible audio performance. [+] Learn More – Class D No! Bang is a Class AB purist. It sounds organic, transparent and very musical.
Bang is like a cage fighter that loves poetry and bonsai. You will never get bored of Bang and it will knock out any challenger under $2000.
Bang has a built-in buffer stage with selectable impedance levels. From high-end DAC and preamps to portable players and smartphones, Bang matches perfectly with any source components, giving you the perfect performance and volume control every time. [+] Learn More – Impedance Matching
Bang’s input buffer stage also facilitates and encourages audio opamp rolling. Yes, Bang can be tailored according to listening preference and Bang evolves with the listener.
As a proud member of the Burson family. Bang is top quality. Inside of Bang is high-end components selected and matched for performance. They include ELNA Aluminum Electrolytic and Vishay resistors.
With our 5 years, worldwide warranty* Burson Bang is built to last.
|Input impedance:||100 KOhms||Burson Bang Unit||2.5mm hex key|
|Frequency response:||± 1 dB 0 – 20Khz||Power Supply||100-240V AC (12V 10A)|
|Output impedance:||1.5 Ohm @ 1 kHz|
|Inputs:||2 X RCA (2V RMS line level)||Weight:||app. 2.5Kg|
|Outputs:||2 X Speaker Outputs||Dimensions:||210mm x 145mm x 45mm|
|Impedance||Power||Signal to Noise Ratio||Separation|