Adcom 2535 Amp for HT. Any instructions or help?


I would like to use an Adcom 2535 for HT and have no manuals to direct me . Any help would be appreciated in setting up the system. I will use the amp for 200 watt
center channel and 2 x 60 watt rear sound. I do not believe that you can split the sound to the right and left rears please enlighten me.
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The Adcom 2535 was essentially two of the 535 power amps on one chassis, which means that it could drive two pairs of speakers (left and right front; and left and right rear), or you could bridge the "B" amp for use with a subwoofer or center channel. The amp was manufactured before there discrete 5.1 channel HT, so there was no center channel at that time.

You are correct about the power breakdown: either 4x60 wpc, or 2x60 + 1x200 wpc. If you bridge the "B" amp, then the amp becomes a 3-channel unit. I sold Adcom gear about 10 years ago, including the 2535 and 2535L ("L" stood for "level control" -- there was a potentiometer screw on the back panel that allowed you to adjust the bridged amp for use with a subwoofer), and I remember most of the operating details. Feel free to drop me a personal E-mail if you have other questions.
You can find the manual on Adcom's web page:

http://www.adcom.com/main/gfa2535manual.pdf

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Hi ,I use a 2535 amp along with a 555 Adcom for the front
2-channels .They both have bi-polar tech.,and have plenty of
power for home theater systems . Never had a problem with Adcom products .