When an amplifier outputs an audio signal, the connected speakers accumulate energy, reflex, and send energy back to the amplifier. The amplifier must then immediately cancel the speaker's reflex energy and instantaneously send out the next signal. The same high current required to achieve this is also necessary to handle speaker impedance fluctuations, which can force an amplifier to provide four to six times its usual current load. The DTA-70.1's instantaneous current capability ensures that audio output is not affected by power limitations. In order to handle high levels of instantaneous current, the DTA-70.1 incorporates several key design features.