Tone Winner AT-300 16 channel home theatre AV processor & AD-7100 Amp Combo
Supports Dolby Atmos, DolbyTrue HD & all the previous Dolby audio formats.
Supports DTS:X, DTS-Master & all the previous HD audio formats.
Support HDMI2.0 & HDCP2.2.
Supports 4K/60Hz,RGB 4:4:4, 18GHz full bandwidth video signal
Supports DolbyVision and HDR 10 video signal.
Supports stacked OSD menu operation display.
Supports 9.3.4 or 7.3.6 in total 16 channels Dolby Atmos decoding lineout output.
Built-in auto room correction by Tone Winner
Built-in Bluetooth audio receiver function.
Built-in audio player function, support files playing from TF card & USB disk,
Supports several lossless & compressed audio format files playing, such as FLAC,APE, WAV, MP3 & etc; support multi-layer folder management.
Supports smart phone App control to be added in the future.
Supports over 12 variations of speaker configuration from 2.0 channel to 7.3.6
6 HDMI inputs, 2 HDMI outputs, 2 coaxial inputs, 2 optical inputs & 3 analogue audio inputs.
RS232 integrated controller, IR inputs and Trigger outputs.
Supports HDMI ARC, eARC and CEC.
Up to 1 second lip sync adjustment.
Each channel has 7 to 11 band EQ adjustment.
- Latest ADI new dual core DSP.
AD-7100 Amplifier 7x170 Watts at 8 Ohms with massive Toroidal Transformer
The AD-7100 is the perfect amplifier to form the basis of a truly superb 7.1 channel surround sound or two channel audiophile stereo listening.
The AD-7100 has it all: enough power to drive any speaker cleanly and effortlessly, incredible clarity and detail, vanishingly low noise and distortion, and good looks with beautiful blue LED Lights on the front panel.
Our new AD-7100 carries cutting edge design, a massively over-designed power supply and output stages. We used high quality parts and construction throughout, to provide incredibly excellent sound quality, and exceptional value for our friends.
The new AD-7100 delivers 170 watts per channel into 8 ohms. All channels driven, at less than 0.1% THD+N. It is absolutely stable into virtually every real-world speaker load. You'll ever encounter, and will never allow the slightest hint of strain or harshness to intrude on your musical experience.
Features offered by the AD-7100 Amplifier:
- True audiophile-quality sound - the AD-7100 was designed first and foremost to sound superb in both music and home theatre systems.
- Great sounding Class A/B topology and advanced engineering - ensure smooth, detailed sound and incredibly natural imaging while maintaining efficient performance.
- Heavy duty power supply with oversized toroidal transformer - provides plenty of real power for demanding program material, and has plenty of reserves to deliver signal peaks without any sense of strain.
- Top quality parts and construction throughout - promise years of reliable service.
- Totally stable - designed for use in the real world, with real speakers.
- New styling - Front panel Consist of LEDs light on L/R side of the amplifier.
- Toggle switch - lets you disable the LEDs for discreet operation.
- Heavy steel 4RU chassis with milled aluminum face plate - provide strength and rugged good looks.
- Gold plated Seven -way speaker binding posts with clear shields - allow you to use a wide range of speaker cables with bare wires, lugs, or banana plugs.
- Solid machined gold-plated RCA input connectors - provide a reliable connection with a wide variety of audio interconnects.
- unbalanced 7 inputs - RCA
- Remote trigger input and output - allow the AD-7100 to be turned on by trigger-enabled equipment, and to activate other trigger-enabled equipment.
- Audiophile-grade fault protection - entirely transparent under normal conditions, yet protects the amp and your other equipment from all common fault conditions.
- Universal AC line voltage operation - 120-220 VAC
- Standard IEC power inlet - fits all standard and audiophile IEC power cables.
- Fully transferable 2 - year warranty and Trade-In Program - ensures that you'll be able to enjoy your AD-7100 for years to come
120V parameters are in blue,
240V parameters are in red
- Topology: Fully discrete, dual differential, high current, short signal path Class A/B - Linear power supply.
- Numbers of Channel: 7 Channels - High powered single channel modules.
- Power Output: ( Rated Power; THD <0.1% @ 120V (Tested @ AC 120V) - (AC 240V Will Increase the output wattage and maintain the THD<0.1%.)
- 168.8/176.4watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; one channel driven.
- 283/297.3 watts RMS/channel; 20 Hz – 20 kHz; THD<0.2%; 4 Ohms; one channel driven.
- 153/164 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; two channels driven.
- 248/272 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 4 Ohms; two channels driven.
- 107/120.2 watts RMS/channel; THD<0.1%; 8 Ohms; all 7 channels driven.
- Power Bandwidth (at rated power; 8 Ohm load): 20 Hz to 20kHz (+ / – 0.1 dB).
- Broad-Band Frequency Response: 20 Hz to75 kHz +0/-2 dB.
- THD + noise: < 0.0073%; at 100 watts RMS; 1 kHz; 8 Ohms.
- Signal to Noise Ratio (8 Ohm load):
- > 115.5/111.84 dB; ref FTC rated power; unbalanced input (A-weighted).
- > 91 dB; ref 1 watt; unbalanced input (A-weighted).
- Minimum Recommended Load Impedance (per channel): 4 Ohms (which equals one 4 Ohm load or two paralleled 8 Ohm loads).
- Damping Factor (8 Ohm load): > 121.3.
- Input Sensitivity (for rated power; 8 Ohm load): 1.5 V.
- Gain: 29.85 dB.
- Maximum Power Consumption: 1338/1466 watts.
- Power Supply: 115V-230V linear power supply
- Material: Aluminum
- Modules: Separate Heatsinks for individual modules.
- Color: Black
- Front Panel: blue LED lights
- Weight: 31.3KGS ( 69 Lb)
- Unit size: 17.48 L X 18.43 W X 7.09 H Inches
- Package size：22.44 L X 24.25 W X 12.99 H Inches
- Accessories: Power cord cable.
- Warranty: 2 years warranty
Fantastic value for a high powered amp combo. Very well built - amp is HEAVY.
Still playing with various surround modes, and the room tuning. Love the power and clarity
The ToneWinner AT-300 replaced my Yamaha Aventage RX-A2080. Initially, I thought there wouldn’t be any difference with the sound that I’d be hearing from my speakers. I was flat-out wrong! As soon as I got the AT-300 hooked up to my external amps, without any EQ adjustment or room correction at all, every speaker in my home theater sounded so much fuller, esp the subwoofer whose rumbles became more dominant, and I LOVED IT!!! I played my favourite movies with superb Atmos tracks. Now, I’m hearing subtle sounds that before were actually non-existent when everything was hooked up to the Yamaha AVR. The sound separation for each channel now has become more distinct and defined. Overall, there is more “presence”. When I’m playing music, there’s more sound clarity and there’s more thump on the bass. This pre-pro is outright incredible! If I were to nitpick, I’d say the on-screen menu/settings is basic. There are no fancy icons or graphical interfaces, but it’s laid out very well and it does the job right. There’s a bit of a learning curve to it but you’ll get used to it eventually. There’s a feature in the menu/settings that I wish would be added in the future software upgrade. I always have been a 2.0-channel music listener, so I searched in the menu for a way to disable the subwoofer but I can’t find it. The only workaround to get a 2.0-channel music listening is to turn off or disconnect the subwoofer itself then disable the crossover setting for the L-R channel so that LFE signals would be directed to the main speakers. To be fair, I won’t discredit the overall performance of the AT-300 for a miniscule feature missing in its settings. This pre-amp processor is an outstanding performer and I hope its introduction to the audio scene will mark the advent of budget-friendly processors. Currently, prices from well-known brands go upwards $3,000 and this has always been a mystery for me because from these same brands, you can find high-end model AVRs processing the same audio tracks for the same number of channels with built-in amplification at a lesser price, which is totally ridiculous!
P.S. Shout out to Aamir Vahidy for his exemplary pre and post sale customer service. Dude, you really rock!