Musicgooddeal | 28 Nov 2019
A wide range of amps.
The XR3500, XR3000, XR2500, XR1500 and XR800 amplifiers deliver 1000, 700, 500, 330 and 200 watts per channel under 8Ω. They are equipped with XLR connectors, which facilitates cable management and assembly in daisy-chain or during installation in flight cases. They also benefit from thermal protection, boost, DC and on / mute pff. All models are also equipped with ultra-quiet variable speed fans. The switches at the back allow you to choose between Parallel, Stereo and Bridge modes as well as the input sensitivity. Finally, the large front vents and steel construction facilitate heat dissipation to ensure long life and increased reliability.
An infallible protection.
The power amplifiers of the XR series have a complete protection circuit. Thus, whatever the problem of external wiring, power supply or speakers, the amplifier protects itself and its environment. The LEDs present on the facade provide immediate and clear information on the situation. In the event of an external fault, the red Fault LED lights up and the amplifier goes into protection mode. A reset button on the back then allows the amplifier to be reset once the external fault has been diagnosed and eliminated. Led Clip are also present in frontage. Even from a distance, you can easily see and understand what’s happening and know the status of the amp.
Various modes for different configurations.
At the rear of the amps XR, you find the inputs and outputs and switches that configure the amps. The XLR link output is very convenient because it allows to connect several amps in “daisy-chain”, eliminating the need for external patch or excessive wiring. You also find a switch to switch the sensitivity of the input between 0.775 V and 1.4 V. The mode selector Bridge / Stereo / Parallel is also accessible from the rear panel. Stereo mode operates both channels independently. The input signal CH1 goes to the output CH1 and the input signal CH2 to the output CH2. Bridge mode switches the CH1 input signal to the Bridge output jack. You control this output via the CH1 volume control. And, to complete this exhaustive description, the Parallel mode sends the input signal CH1 to the outputs CH1 and CH2.