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PL9001 Amp Rack Units...ity, with ample
current reserves delivered by an ??over-engineered Power Supply
and advanced Class H circuitry. Wide-bandwidth output devices
assure detailed, transparent high frequency response. And, thanks
to Crest's exclusive IGM circuit, the PL9001 will drive 2 loads
safely without compromise in performance.
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