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Ashly Expands The nX-Series of Amplifiers with Two- and Four-Channel Amps
Ashly Audio, manufacturer of high-quality/value-priced amplifiers, signal processors, mixers, and user interfaces, announces the expansion of its popular nX-Series of multi-mode amplifiers to cover applications where less power is needed. The new nX family models deliver 75W or 150W per channel in a single rack unit frame that can house either two or four channels. Like all the models in the nX series, they start out with the base model (nX models). The nXe models add Ethernet for monitoring and control. The nXp models feature the networking and built-in Protea DSP matrix processor. Optional Dante or CobraNet cards can be added to nXe or nXp models. These multi-mode power amplifiers allow them to drive low impedance (2, 4, 8 Ohms), or 25V, 70V, 100V constant voltage systems output via rear panel dipswitches.
All nX-Series amplifiers offer comprehensive energy management features and can make installations a little greener, in both senses of the word. The nX amplifiers are built in the company’s Webster, New York factory and are covered by Ashly’s industry-leading five-year warranty.
The new 2- and 4-channel by 75W and 150W complete the family of nX power amplifiers. Output choices range from a four-channel amplifier rated to deliver 3,000 watts per channel into 2 Ohms all the way down to a dual-channel 75W amp. Ashly is the only manufacturer that offers the option to put a Dante network card on a network amplifier without DSP. Integrators and sound system designers appreciate the ability to specify an entire rack of amplifiers with an identical feature set.
“Our new 1U nX Series models are well-suited for multi-room installations to support what we call ‘room-centric audio design’,” said Anthony Errigo, marketing communications director, at Ashly Audio. “With so many different types of output loudspeakers – a common occurrence in hotels, conference centres, restaurants, universities, and the like – we have an amplifier to tackle any audio challenge.” And of course they are US made and have the same great sound and build quality that all of our amplifiers are so well-known for.”
10th June 2016
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