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Crest Audio CM 2204 power amplifier

Crest Audio CM 2204 power amplifier

Crest Amplifier CM 2204 Design Focus The CM amplifier series drives 4 or 8 independent channels into low impedance or 70 Volt loads.With this advanced amplifier architecture, there is no need to select the load impedance. Each channel can drive 4 Ohms and up for flexible system configuration. Sonics are outstanding, and the price enables use in a multitude of applications. High efficiency allows up to 8 channels in a space-saving 2U rack height. A switch allows selection of 0.775 Volt sensitivity or x40 gain. A high-pass filter is selectable per channel. 100 and 50 Volt operation is supported with our CMx accessory. Power into 4 Ohm - 150 W x 4 Power into 8 Ohm - 220 W x 4 Power @ 70V - 220 W x 4 Multi-load architecture allows low impedance or 70 Volt operation without select switch (100 or 50 Volt output operation with CMx accessory) Low mains current draw Compact design allows up to 8 channels in a 2U rack space Low weight Cost-effective for many multi-channel applications Flexible...
$1,080.00




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