ATI AT527NC and AT524NC Amplifiers Review Specs

Specs
AT527NC:
Number of Channels: 7
Power Output: 7 x 200 watts (8 ohms, all channels driven)
Specified Frequency Response: +0, –0.5 dB, 20 Hz-20 kHz
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 17 x 5.8 x 15.5
Weight (Pounds): 65
Inputs: XLR (7), RCA (7)
Outputs: Five-way binding posts (7)
Additional: 12-volt trigger input (1), ground terminal (1)

AT524NC:
Number of Channels: 4
Power Output: 4 x 200 watts (8 ohms, all channels driven)
Specified Frequency Response: +0, –0.5 dB, 20 Hz-20 kHz
Dimensions (WxHxD, Inches): 17 x 5.8 x 10.6
Weight (Pounds): 40
Inputs: XLR (4), RCA (4)
Outputs: Five-way binding posts (4)
Additional: 12-volt trigger input (1), ground terminal (1)

Company Info
ATI
(323) 278-0001
ati-amp.com

COMPANY INFO
ATI
(323) 278-0001
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COMMENTS
jaredjcrandall's picture

I bought the three channel 523 to power kef reference 1 & 2c, and i couldn't be happier. My dealer gave me a good deal, as always, and this has been a value product to me that aside from price is the best I can ask for without going extreme. Happy to embrace Class D!

davidrmoran's picture

In the current issue (June) is an interview w/ Putzeys and it says the full one is on this site, but I'm not finding or seeing it anywhere. Anyone reading know anything?

allhifi's picture

It's great to see a manufacturer (that I understand also made amplifiers for some well-known brand names) introduce a model/line that offers higher-end aspirations -i.e sound quality(according to the reviewer's sentiments)

I say this because, rewinding the years back to the late 1980's, ATI had some amplifiers that were anything but open, transparent, accurate; I vividly recall that the amplifier made every single recording (that I knew was vastly different in tonality -as most are)sound the same. indicating some serious colorations. It must have been so obvious, memorable (not in the terribly celebratory category) for me to note and recall this decades later.

In any case (and as with all other makers), having the right skill-set (or finding those that do) can pay great dividends as apparently it has here.

I look forward to evaluating the multi-channel offerings from ATi -this review helping narrow the field.

peter jasz

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