P2200 Features

Yamaha's first professional power amplifier was introduced in 1976. With an output power of 240W per channel, the P2200 started Yamaha amplifiers' tradition of excellence in sound and well thought out design. P2200's design allowed access to the inside of the amplifier via the front panel. This design made maintenance and exchange of components parts possible without taking the amplifier out of the rack in case of failures. Uncoated binding posts were used on speaker output terminals to improve sonic quality. P2200 was replaced with the introduction of PC2002 in 1982, which soon became a global standard in professional amplifier.

M2200 Specifications

  • Dynamic Power 340W + 340W
  • Continuous Output 240W + 240W (both channels driven)
  • Frequency Characteristics 5Hz - 100kHz (+0 -1dB at 8 Ohms 1W)
  • Power Band Width 10Hz or less, 100kHz or more
  • Total Harmonic Distortion 0.01% or less (8 Ohms 1W - 200W, 20Hz - 20kHz)
  • Crosstalk 75dB (20KHz)
  • Cross Modulation Distortion 0.01% or less (8 Ohms 100W 70Hz: 7KHz=4:1) 0.1% or less (16 Ohms 100W)
  • Damping Factor 350 or more (8 Ohms 1KHz); 150 or more (8 Ohms 20KHz)

PC2002M Features

Info coming soon

PC2002M Specs