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amplifiers - GUIDE 123


CREST | CKI SERIES www.crestaudio.com


Complex commercial audio installations often require hundreds of loudspeaker zones with a variety of loudspeaker loads. Crest Audio industrial amplifiers with their strong, reliable workhorse design and construction and proven track record provide efficient solutions for a wide variety of multi-zone installations. Designed for the most demanding contractor applications, CKi Series amplifiers are able to deliver audio and control via CobraNet on one CAT5 cable, enabling contractors and system designers to perform functions that other amplifier manufacturers simply cannot. By using Ethernet technology directly to the amplifier, the CKi series becomes an ultra-scalable system capable of powering anything from the smallest building to the largest theme park or stadium. CKi amplifiers are available in low imped- ance, 70V, and 100V transformer isolated models. They are an ideal add-on for your existing CK installation, or for a new project. In addition, all CK series amplifiers are supported by Media Matrix, as well as Crest Audio’s NexSys software giving the consultant or contractor a wide variety of control options.


CROWN | CTS SERIES www.crownaudio.com


Crown’s flagship amplifier and installed sound amplifier standard, the CTs Series amplifiers provide exceptional performance, flexibility and value for installed sound applications. CTs Series amplifiers feature an independent selection of high and low impedance operation for a specific channel, plus power levels and features that were carefully chosen to match the requirements of fixed install design. Additional flexibility is achieved through the PIP-Lite and PIP-USP4 cards (in 2-channel amplifiers), which includes easy integration with HiQnet and CobraNet as well as an enormous amount of digital signal processing and filters. This allows CTs amplifiers to deliver a comprehensive lineup of monitoring and control features along with digital audio transport for an award-winning digital audio solution. The flexibility that CTs offers provides a wide range of solutions for designers and integrators. This amplifier series has been designed to be used in the most basic of applications to the most demanding. The CTs Series amplifiers have been used in every project type imaginable, including some of the largest and most complex distributed audio systems in the world.


D&B AUDIOTECHNIK | D12 www.dbaudio.com


The d&b audiotechnik D12 amplifier is a two-channel power amplifier specifically designed for use with d&b loudspeakers; digital signal processing is incorporated, as are both analogue and digital signal inputs. Digital elements are specified and constructed to achieve audio performance meeting, or exceeding, that of analogue devices. Loudspeaker specific controller functions for the d&b range are imple- mented within the DSP, and both channels have independent user definable four band parametric equalizers and signal delay capabilities. Each channel of the D12 amplifier can deliver 1200W into four ohms, while the switch mode power supply automatically selects the mains voltage. d&b load monitoring can check and report on the status of connected loudspeakers. It offers a 2-way active mode and a mixed Top / Sub output configuration, output connector options as well as d&b SenseDrive. All settings can be accessed and controlled with a digital rotary encoder and LCD display on the front panel or via the d&b Remote network that includes the R1 Remote control software. The remote control interface enables control and monitoring of the system functions from other multi-media environments.


DBTECHNOLOGIES | HPA SERIES www.dbtechnologies.com


The dBTechnologies’ HPA Series of power amplifiers deliver high performance and quality, which have been designed for professional use in touring racks as well as for fixed installation. The range comprises four different amps: 1000, 1400, 2800 and 3100, based on their power output. Featuring Class-(HD) technology with and weighing just 14kg, the flagship HPA 3100L power amp delivers up to 3400W / RMS out- put, and comes with a PFC switched-mode power supply. Although the HPA range has been developed for use with the Arena Pro series, it is compatible with all systems. Engineered for utmost ease of use, these amps offer connection options - XLR inputs for patching in signals as well as Speakon ports for connecting speaker systems. Their extensive protective circuits ensure reliable and safe operation.


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