Stealth Acoustics will showcase its latest amplifier designs at the RAI in Amsterdam for ISE 2014, on Stand 5-R117 (Hall 5).
Stealth Acoustics will showcase its latest amplifier designs at the RAI in Amsterdam for ISE 2014, on Stand 5-R117 (Hall 5). Leading the selection is the all new SA2400 dual-channel amplifier with built-in Digital Signal Processing (DSP), bringing European installers greater flexibility and simplicity when powering and tuning Stealth or third-party speaker systems.
Rated at over 450 watts RMS per channel, the SA2400 utilises Stealth's super-efficient Class A/B output stage, coupled to a traditional high-current power supply for professional output and long-term reliability.
The SA2400 also features the newly designed Stealth Signal Management System (SSMS), that allows for complete per-channel programming of advanced DSP features including 11 bands of fully parametric EQ; High / Low Pass Filters with variable slopes; fully programmable Limiters and Delay and Phase controls. All SSMS functions may be programmed from the front panel, or by using Stealth's free SSMS software via USB connection to the amplifier. The SSMS includes loadable pre-set optimisation tunings for many of Stealth's invisible and outdoor environmental speakers. Additionally, custom installers may create and store their own favourite tunings for easy recall.
A comprehensive selection of inputs include balanced XLR, un-balanced RCA and Speaker Level connections, all with associated pass-through connectors. An optical input is included for easy integration with digital audio sources.
Stealth will also be showing the latest upgrades to their SA255R 250 watt mono amplifier, which incorporates a new limiter stage for tighter bass response and improved system protection.
Visit Stealth Acoustics at Stand 5-R117 in Hall 5 at ISE 2014, Amsterdam RAI, 4-6 February, 2014 or www.stealthacoustics.com for more information.