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    Default Sherbourn Adopts Direct-to-Consumer Model

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    February 27, 2013 | by Robert Archer
    It just got a little easier to buy Sherbourn home audio components. Dan Loufman, Sherbourn Technology’s president, said the company is going to start selling product direct-to-consumer online following the path set by sister company Emotiva (reviews of several Emotiva products can be found here).
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    Default Re: Sherbourn Adopts Direct-to-Consumer Model

    Damn along with major price discounts! That is awesome!!

    You know they make or made a 7 channel mono block amp, thing is sweet it comes with two power cords so you don't need to install a 20 amp circuit.

    Their PA 5-200 looks awesome at the newly listed price. I need a new amp and was going to go with an outlaw, but with these price cuts, this might be my next amp.
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    Default Re: Sherbourn Adopts Direct-to-Consumer Model

    Quote Originally Posted by CALIBER View Post
    You know they make or made a 7 channel mono block amp, thing is sweet it comes with two power cords so you don't need to install a 20 amp circuit.
    But you would need to connect each power cord to a separate circuit for there to be any difference from a single-cord connection. Plugging them into the sockets of a two-gang outlet isn't going to do anything special for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDRiggs View Post
    But you would need to connect each power cord to a separate circuit for there to be any difference from a single-cord connection. Plugging them into the sockets of a two-gang outlet isn't going to do anything special for you.
    I know that, I build homes for a living. But thanks for pointing that out. Just thought that it was cool they gave you another option besides just needing a 20 amp breaker.
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    Default Re: Sherbourn Adopts Direct-to-Consumer Model


    I don't think they have the two-wire model anymore, but I notice that for one current model they recommend a 30-amp circuit if you really want to max it out, which seems gratifyingly honest.

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