23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
on September 29, 2012
This is the exact same piece of hardware as the Dayton Audio MA1240a Multi-Zone 12 Channel Amplifier. The Dayton is $100+ less. Just FYI. The manuals and specs are identical, except for the font in the manual. Both devices are sold here on Amazon.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 5, 2014
Using this with 6 airport express units to power 6 zones inside and outside. Sound is outstanding. The power rating is clearly conservative. i.e. it's a true 40 watt RMS and doesn't cheat on the specs like most amps do.
As prevously mentioned, this is the same as the Dayton Audio amp which is the version I bought but for $150 less.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2013
It is an easy install, has easy to follow instructions, great support, and very flexible in use of multi configurations.
on December 4, 2014
The amplifier itself works just fine, and it has all the features you would want in such a device. As others before me have pointed out, the auto on / off sending circuit will fail within a few days. I didn't believe it, but after a few days of casual listening, the auto feature no longer works, which is a bummer. I guess I'll have to look for a way to activate / deactivate the outlet feeding the amp when there's a signal present; might be a fun micro-controller project if I cannot find a pre-made solution.