Samson S120A Power Amplifier (120 Watts)

Samson S120A Power Amplifier (120 Watts)

Perk up your live or studio sound system with this Samson power amplifier. The 1-rack unit features a bipolar design and puts out up to 60 watts per side.

Samson Servo 600 Power Amplifier

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Designed to boost the power of a multi-format system, this Samson amp has 1/4 in. balanced and RCA input connectors and 4-stage power protection.

The Servo 600 is ideal for larger applications where added power is needed to drive multiple speaker chains, or larger format speakers.

The Servo amplifiers feature large 10-segment 3-color level LED meters and independent channel volume controls. The rear panels include 1/4 in. balanced and RCA input connectors, as well as 5-way binding post and 1/4 in. speaker outputs. 4-stage power protection circuitry that ensures optimal performance and protection of connected components.

300 watts per side at 4 ohms

600 watts bridged mono at 8 ohms

1/4 in. and RCA input connectors

5-way binding post and 1/4 in. outputs

Dual Rack space design

10-segment, 3-color Level LED meters

4-stage power protection circuitry

Output at 8 ohms stereo: 225 watts per channel

For support or warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer:
Phone: 516-870-7200

Reviewers gave this product an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars. (18 ratings)
Submitted February 10, 2008 by a customer from
"Studio Quality...Cheap and Loud!"
Overall: 5 out of 5 stars
Samson makes kickass power amps and you will not be disappointed once you hook up.

I own three Servo (550) drives my high/mids for the PA, one (500) for the subs on my home theatre, and one (260) for my guitar rig. The sound of these amps is pristine even at extreme dB levels. No distortion, no coloration, no extra noise. Oh and no fan cranking in the backround and this amp runs cool with natural convection. Excellent for a studio amp also.

I only give a 9 because I'd like some Speakons with the 1/4". Otherwise everything necessary is incorporated. I am also not a big proponent of built in crossovers or filters on amps and so the lack of this doesn't bother me. I use external crossovers (of my choice and settings) anyway.

Ease of Use
Standard in/out, crank the controls and enjoy.

I've had my Servos over ten years without a hitch and frequently pushed. I've used Carvin (great), Peavey (good), Yamaha (good), BiAmp (great), QSC (great), Behringer (marginal), Crown (crap) and Samson is by far the best quality for the money.

If you just want watts for your dollar buy a Behringer and settle for less than perfection. When you tire of the not so stellar and lacking the advertised performance, then buy a Samson. Again, all things considered, Samson has been the absolute best read more quality for the money.

Manufacturer Support
Never had to use them but again that speaks of the quality.

The Wow Factor
What's not to like...the soft blue illumination as this thing lurks in your power rack waiting to unleash the best your system will be.

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