Amplifiers with the latest digital technology and advanced feature sets, our Digital Amplifiers are compact class-D designs for a wide variety of speaker configurations. Features vary by model and may include: Digital (S/PDIF) and analogue inputs, enabling direct connection from digital and analogue low and high level (speaker) outputs. Offering Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to provide numerous user-controlled features including crossovers, filters, frequency equalization and dynamic range control. These amplifiers are reliable, feature rich, cost effective and available in a variety of configurations, with power supply and upgrade options, or we can design a custom solution that exactly fits your audio needs.


2 Channel, 25W, PCB Style Amplifier With Volume Control

A small two-channel device with a 57 x 63.5mm board that easily mounts into tight spaces and permits easy volume adjustment. It delivers up to 12.5 WPC (power output varies with supply voltage and speaker impedance) and accepts a power supply input range of 9 to 24 VDC, allowing for existing power rails or an external power supply.

Bi-Amped, 2.2.1 Channel, 175W, PCB Style Amplifier

A high flexibility amplifier configured for bi-amped sound systems. This design allows mid-range channels and tweeter channels to each have their own amplifier settings for complete customization. Add an expansion port for two more amplified channels. This amplifier supports Butterworth, Linkwitz-Riley, and Bessel filter types.


2.1 Channel, 62W, PCB Style Amplifier With DSP

A 2.1 channel amp with an attached mounting bracket that delivers up to 32W to the low frequency output and up to 15W to each of the two high frequency outputs for robust sound pressure levels. This amplifier accepts a wide range of power supply voltages, allowing use of an existing supply rail or an external power supply.

2.1 Channel, 52W, PCB Style Amplifier with DSP

A 50-watt, small form-factor amplifier with DSP. This includes a 5-band EQ with crossovers and volume offsets. For easy access, one connector links to speaker outputs, analogue line-in, and input power.


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