This was the rig the pros trusted for decades. With 35 WPC as a 2-channel amp (or 95 in mono mode), the Crown D-75 gets it done. You'll understand why this is such a go-to, and at this price it's going to go.
- Full 30-point service check
- Cleaned controls, switches, and chassis
Type Solid-state power amplilfier
Rated Output Power 35 WPC (15.44 dBW) into 8Ω, 20-20,000 Hz at less than 0.05% THD (40 WPC (16.0 dBW) at 1 kHz at 0.1% THD) 45 WPC into 4Ω, and 95 W in mono mode
Power supply ± 30 V DC rails with twin 10,000 µF 40Vcapacitors.
Inputs Two balanced XLR, 20k Ω; Two mono ¼" unbalanced, 25k Ω
Input Sensitivity 812 mV ± 2% for 35W into 8Ω
Frequency Response 20 ~ 20,000 Hz ± 0.1 dB at 1 watt
Phase Response 20 ~ 20,000 Hz, +10º -15º at 1 watt
Signal to Noise Ratio 106 dB below 35 W (15.44 dBW) into 8Ω
THD < 0.001% from 20 ~ 400 Hz from 10 to 250 mW, increasing linearly to 0.05% at 20,000 Hz at 35 W
IMD < 0.05% from 10 to 250 mW, <0.01% from 250 mW to 35 W
Slew Rate 6 V/µS
Damping Factor > 533 damping factor into 8 Ω, < 15 mΩ output source impedance
Output Connectors Lab standard 3/4" spaced 5-way binding posts
Power Input 120 VAC ± 10%, 50 ~ 400 Hz
Internal taps 100 V, 200 and 220 V (all ± 10%).
Power Indicator NE2H neon pilot light with 27k Ω dropping resistor
Rated Power Consumption 15 W idle, 240W max
Fuses 2A rear-panel fuse and 2.5A internal fuse
Quality Made in Elkhart, Indiana, USA
Size 1 RU
Dimensions 19"W x 1.75"H x 8.375"D
Weight 10 lbs. (4.53 kg)
Crown D-75 Data Sheet
The History of Crown
In 1947 an Elkhart, Indiana minister named Clarence C. Moore founded the International Radio and Electronics Corporation (IREC) which, over the years, has become better known as Crown Audio Inc. Moore started by building open-reel tape recorders out of a chicken coop but today, Crown Audio is an industry leader in...
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The Crown D-75 is a compact and extremely high quality professional power amplifier. It's one of the most classic pro amplifiers of all time – used in just about every radio station, recording studio, and remote truck. You'd see this anyplace small speakers needed to be driven, as well as to power the speakers in the station's lobby. They were so popular not only because are they tiny and lightweight, they are bulletproof, stupidproof, and their front-panel volume controls and headphone jack mean that any signal can be routed to them, and you can monitor it without needing any other volume control.