The T Series models have been specifically designed for permanent installation and/or network applications, with Euro style inputs and screw terminal barrier strip outputs, offering clear, direct and hassle-free connectivity. They also include up to eight independent channels per unit to allow for multiple zoning possibilities.
The eight and four-channel amps in the T Series provide 300W and 150W per channel respectively, with optional add-on cards to interface with third party alarm systems with GPIO connections, and a FCM (Faulty Channel Management) system to prevent device shutdown. Featuring an oversized thermal dissipation design for maximum reliability, the amplifiers deliver "superb distortion ad noise figures," according to RAM Audio.
Next up is the "heavy duty" W Series amplifiers, which are equipped with extra large blue LCD display user interfaces, USB ports for updating firmware and DSP control, digital potentiometers with encoder control, a heavy duty audio power section for when the amps are really pushed, Neutrik XLR (IN+LINK) and Speakon connectors, easy-to-remove front panel dust filters, and much more.
Completing the line-up is the compact and lightweight S Series (pictured), which consists of five two-channel models and five four-channel versions.Article continues below
Features include laser cut aluminium front panels with integrated carrying handles an Input Link switch allowing the input signal to be daisy chained, ICL, PMS, Hi-Temp and Signal indicators on each channel, a three-position gain selector and a dual or bridge mode selector.
To find out more about these products, visit Adam Hall's PLASA stand (D40).
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