3010S2 Stereo Power Amplifier
- 110 watts RMS per channel into 8 Ohms
- Ideal for driving difficult speaker loads in bi-amping mode with 3010S2D Integrated Amplifier
- High capacity custom-made toroidal power transformer and power supply capacitors
- High-quality capacitors used in the signal path
- Clean and extended low frequency performance
- Full-aluminium casework and extruded front panel to control resonance and stray electro-magnetic fields
- Three year guarantee
- Available in black or titanium
- Power Output (Stereo) : 110 Watts per channel at 1KHz into 8 Ohms
- Input Impedance : 18K Ohms
- Frequency Response : 20Hz – 20Khz ± 0.5dB
- Total Harmonic Distortion : <0.015% at rated output, ref. 1KHz
- Signal to Noise Ratio : >100dB, ref. rated output
- Channel Separation : >60dB, 20Hz – 20KHz
- Mains Supply : 110/120V or 220/240V, 50/60Hz (factory set)
- Power Consumption : <400VA, 8 Ohm load both channels driven
- Dimensions – H x W x D : 115mm x 440mm x 300mm
- Nett Weight (unpacked) : 12kg
- Gross Weight (packed) : 14kg
The Exposure 3010S2 amplifier treats tough loads with disdain.
I was struck by the feeling this would be a special ride. Right out of the box, the amp sparkled with a vitality that elicited a smile from me. The longer I listened, the more I was convinced that Exposure had made a mistake in the pricing, but this was not the case (too cheap).
This amp excelled at pace, rhythm and timing, possessing an abundance of slam right down to the low frequencies, with an essentially neutral texture right up to the higher ranges. Depending on the wiring used, the treble could sound crisp or darker, and vocals either projected well out from the sound stage or sat languidly in the mix. The amp wasn’t adding much, even as the proverbial “toe-tapping” quality was made clear from the very first moments.