dual-channel amplifier

dual-channel amplifier

[¦dü·əl ¦chan·əl ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(engineering acoustics)
An audio-frequency amplifier having two separate amplifiers for the two channels of a stereophonic sound system, usually operating from a common power supply mounted on the same chassis.
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The Echo Link basically connects to a receiver or amplifier, and the Link Amp has a built-in 60-watt dual-channel amplifier that links an Echo device to play music on the existing home audio.
As for the Echo Link Amp, this device is an amplifier that comes with a built-inch 60-watt dual-channel amplifier. Like the Echo Link, this device features digital and analog inputs and outputs, as well as Ethernet connectivity.