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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Hello......I have one SAE amplifier I've owned that was purchased from the now defunct "Pacific Stereo" in California brand new when it was first available from SAE. 1-Mark XXV/2500. The amplifier is in excellent condition, without blemish, carefully cared for and in very good working order. This amplifiers rated output is 300 watts per channel @ 8 ohms and 450 watts per channel at 4 ohms. If you want further info, photos of either, get back to me. I have other heavy duty equipment that I'm also selling due to illness if you may be interested. Other SAE components are an SAE A1001 amplifier, Infinity speakers that operate well with the SAE amps, especially since the amps are bi-amped to 2 sets of Infinity speakers. If you wish to phone the number is @909-784-5896. Leave a mez and I'll call you back. Thanks.

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