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AMPLIFIERS The Atlas Sound Strategy Series®


Power and Mixer Amplifiers were designed


to meet today’s demanding requirements for commercial and industrial paging and BGM applications. These amplifiers have features to assist the system’s contractor design and integrate music and speech applications seamlessly.


AT-AA35/AT-AA60 • A 3 input, 35Watt/60Watt mixer amplifier designed for distributed business paging and background music systems (BGM), small to medium speech privacy systems, and applications where music on hold (MOH) plus paging is required.


AT-AA120/AT-AA240 • A 6 input, 120/240 Watt mixer amplifier. Features extensive muting and output options along with a very unique bridge In/Out feature to allow com- bining of multiple amplifiers in ballroom applications without the need for external relays. VCA control is included which may be assigned to the BGM input or globally for the entire amplifier.


AT-CP400/AT-CP700 • A dual input, 200 Watt/350 Watt per channel @ 70.7V professional grade power amplifier specifically designed for demanding contractor applica- tions. Two independent channels ensure maximum channel separation and ultra low distortion. 25V, 70.7V, 100V & 2,4,8Ω outputs.


AT-PA601 • A single input, 60 Watt BGM amplifier and is the perfect choice for distrib- uted audio when the requirement is simple amplification without MOH or advanced mix functionality.


AT-PA1001G • A 100 Watt @ 70.7/100V mono channel amplifier has the through hole chassis and many of the same features as the AT-PA702 in addition to a mixer function that allows for 2 separate sources to be mixed to a single output. It also has remote level control capability.


AT-PA40G/AT-PA60G • Single channel power amplifiers designed for use in a variety of appli- cations. Each unit is capable of delivering either 40W or 60W into a 70.7V/100V line in a half width rack compact footprint.


AT-MA40G/AT-MA60G • Three input mixer amplifiers designed for use in a variety of applications. Each unit is capable of delivering either 40W or 60W into a 70.7V/100V line in a half width rack compact footprint.


AT-F6MF • The industry’s most versatile multi-channel amplifier. An innovative, modular input and 6-bay output section allows the F6 to be easily configured for most 4Ω/8Ω or 70.7V zone amplification applications. Each module has 250W of output power and each features a defeatable limiter and high pass filter. An analog mixer input card is also available to expand the functionality of the AT-F6MF.


AT-DPA102PM • A network controlled 100 Watt x 2 @ 8Ω dual output amplifier that includes a patent pending through hole chassis design that makes it convenient to use with ceiling mounted video projectors. Features include ethernet net- work connectivity and control, AC current sense turn-on, audio sense turn- on, balanced phoenix style & unbalanced RCA input connections, front panel status LEDs, and recessed tone/level controls. Innovative, easy to use GUI used with Windows®


EQ settings, level control and troubleshooting. Multi-tiered security can be implemented for proper access and control and to avoid tampering


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