|Warranty length||2 Years|
Power Out: >110W (8Ω), >170W (4Ω)
Cont. Current: >8.5 Amps (sin wave)
Max Current: > 26 Amps, (burst 0.5Ω)
Output Impedance: <0.05Ω @1KHz
THD: < 0.002% 20Hz – 20KHz
Freq Resp: 10Hz–100KHz +/- 2dB Line
Gain: 33.3dB (x46)
Input Sensitivity: 650mV
Input Impedance: 47kΩ unbal, 30kΩ bal
Crosstalk: -80dB at 1Khz
DC Offset: < +/-10mV
Slew Rate: >30 V per uS
Inputs: RCA unbal, XLR balanced
Outputs: 2 Pairs of HQ binding posts
Operating: 110V/230V Switchable
Consumption (Idle): <20 Watts
Consumption (Max): 500 Watts
Dimensions (WHD): 430 x 60 x 280mm
Weight: 9 Kg
Creek 100P Power Amplifier is designed to be paired with digital or analogue pre-amplifiers like the Evolution 50CD or 100CD, with built-in volume control. If you already own an integrated amplifier like the Evolution 100A, you can use the Creek 100P bi-amp your system to power difficult loudspeaker loads.
This new 115W (into 8 Ohms) power amplifier forms part of the new generation Evolution 100 range of products. Housed in a slim case with engraved front panel and solid control knobs, it’s finished with either a black or silver brushed aluminium front panel.
The Evolution 100P uses a massive 350 Watt toroidal mains transformer with separate windings for high and low current analogue and control circuitry. This solution produces a good power to weight ratio and low magnetic interference.
Creek’s design policy of connecting several small low impedance capacitors in parallel creates an ultra-high specification capacitor to smooth the DC and helps to produce a very powerful and accurate sound from such a relatively small amplifier.
Smooth & Powerful
This power amplifier has a similar high-end, bi-polar transistor, Class-G power amplifier circuit, to the highly rated Evolution 100A, also developed by David Gamble. It achieves very high open-loop gain and low distortion for a smooth and powerful sound.
Featuring a pair of Sanken 15Amp power transistors, with built-in thermal compensation for rapid bias tracking performance. The Evolution 100P Power Amplifier circuit has very low output impedance and is also able to deliver high output current. This combination will provide exceptional speed and control over most loudspeakers.
A simple unity gain pre-amplifier selects between balanced XLR and direct un-balanced RCA inputs, to enable the user to input two different signals and select between either, on the fly, if required.
It is fully protected from over-current, over-temperature and DC faults and will trigger the output and input relays to disengage immediately if an error occurs.