Munich High-End 2018 Ron Report: D'Agostino Master Audio Systems Relentless Amplifier

Ron Resnick

Site Co-Owner, Administrator
Jan 25, 2015
Beverly Hills, CA
It looks big and pretty and very well-machined in person!



Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ±0 dB
<0.1 Hz to 100 kHz +0/-3 dB
Signal-to-Noise Ratio >113 dB, wideband, unweighted, ref. to full power output
Gain 26 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion <0.007% at 1 kHz, at 1,500 W, 8Ω
Input Impedance 100 kΩ
Output Power 1,500 W RMS at 8Ω
3,000 W RMS at 4Ω
6,000 W RMS at 2Ω
Output Voltage 320 V peak-to-peak
113 V RMS
Output Current 400 A peak
Slew Rate 100 V/μs
Output Impedance <0.03Ω, 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Damping Factor >267, 20 Hz to 20 kHz, ref. to 8 W
Power Consumption Standby: 40 W
Idle: 400 W
Maximum: 10 kW
Inputs 1 balanced via XLR connector
Outputs 1 pair binding posts
Dimensions 22.5 x 11.5 x 32.5 in (whd)
57.2 x 28.0 x 82.6 cm (whd)
Weight 485lb/220Kg

Taiko Audio

Industry Expert
Feb 10, 2017
The Netherlands
At 230Volts, assuming this rating doubles in the US, this may require some electrical installation modifications :eek:



Well-Known Member
Jun 13, 2013
E. England
I believe they modify the discs in your back from healthy to slipped/prolapsed upon trying to lift them


[WBF Founding Member]
Apr 21, 2010
Manila, Philippines
I believe they modify the discs in your back from healthy to slipped/prolapsed upon trying to lift them
Saw a picture with Dan the man in the background. All I can say is, if you can afford this you can surely afford the army of power lifters AND pallet truck you're going to need to move it. It is HUGE.

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