Powersoft states its LiteMod 4HC and MiniMod 4 amplifier modules provide ‘the new benchmark when it comes to low idle power consumption, flexibility and cost effectiveness’ for its OEM customers. Targeting active loudspeaker manufacturers, the company goes on to say that the modules can be ‘tailored to customer requirements, seamlessly integrated into the chassis, and fully optimised for the product’.
‘Both platforms will provide any loudspeaker’s designer with an incredibly flexible tool to design a complete range of products including standalone amplifiers,’ said Luca Giorgi, sales and business development director at Powersoft. The manufacturer also insists it will assist with certification issues and provide after sales service.
Designed for use in all high channel count applications, three- and two-way systems, subwoofers and satellite systems, the LiteMod 4HC integrates a PFC-equipped power supply for universal mains operation, as well as four output stages, delivering a maximum total of 2,400W. It can be configured for four-, three-, two- or single-channel output, supporting 2Ω as well as 8Ω operation.
MiniMod 4, meanwhile, is suitable for all high channel count applications, three- and two-way designs, subwoofers and satellite systems, as well as MI and consumer audio. Offering 4 x 150W amplification, it is an integrated module with a universal mains switching mode power supply with PFC and a total of 600W of audio amplification. It can be configured as four-, three- two- or single-channel power output.
Features shared by both modules include low standby power consumption, smart rails management to optimise consumption and reduce heat, auxiliary output voltages, output short circuit protection and thermal shutdown with monitor output.