More Extron Amplifiers Go Ultra with Two Channel and 100 Volt Models
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Anaheim, California (January 24, 2019) - Extron is excited to announce the expansion of the XPA Ultra line of power amplifiers with the two channel XPA U 1002 Series and 100 volt models for all the XPA Ultra amplifiers. The XPA Ultra line of amplifiers represents an engineering breakthrough with the world's first eight channel half-rack amplifier that provides the ability to put more amplifier channels in a smaller space, with less radiated heat than ever before. All XPA Ultra amplifiers run cooler than other Class D amplifiers, extending component life and eliminating the need for ventilation rack space. The XPA Ultra lineup includes a new and improved ultra fast wake up from standby to ensure the beginning of audio is not cut off. An Everlast power supply, professional grade signal-to-noise ratio, ultra low inrush current, and our patented CDRS - Class D Ripple Supression, are also part of the exceptional Extron technology found inside every XPA Ultra amplifier. These ENERGY STAR® qualified amplifiers deliver 35 watts or 100 watts per channel into 8 ohms, 70 volt systems or 100 volt systems.
"Extron pioneered the use of Class D amplifiers in AV applications and our engineers have continuously been developing unique, patented, high performance power amplifier technologies." Says Casey Hall, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Extron. "These new models expand the channel count options for designers as well as providing 100 volt compatibility for markets that use 100V systems."
The XPA Ultra lineup of UL 2043 plenum rated amplifiers include single and side by side rack mount hardware and a newly designed rear panel that makes installing the optional Flexible Conduit Adapter Kit easier than ever. Recessed, detented level controls with laser etched markings provide enhanced visibility and repeatability of settings.
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