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Powersoft gains added X-factor

Powersoft gains added X-factor

Powersoft gains added X-factor

The X4L joins Powersoft’s X Series

Powersoft’s X Series amplifier range, which includes the eight-channel X8 and four-channel X4 models, has grown with the addition of the X4L. This new amplifier, much like its sibling the X4, also offers four channels and is designed to deliver the output voltage required by the latest generation of high-performance loudspeakers on the market, in particular woofers with high SPL requiring an equally high voltage.

Designed to deliver a peak of up to 300V, the power of the X4L is described by the Italian manufacturer as translating to a ‘more audible impact from the music itself’. As modern high-performance loudspeakers are decidedly reactive, a lot of the energy they receive can be recycled as it is returned to the amplifier, saving between 2–4dB. This ability has been instrumental in making the X4L viable, according to Powersoft.

When put to use in applications not requiring quite so much power, the X4L reportedly has the ability to drive more cabinets in parallel in comparison to other solutions, saving time during system set up and truck space on the road, as well as on costs. Five output connectors allow for configuration flexibility, for example, driving a cardioid sub system with channels one and two, while channels three and four power two-way front-fills simultaneously. ‘In such a configuration, the X4L is capable of giving 1dB more burst power to the two most power demanding channels, which in this case would be the sub channels,’ explained Powersoft product manager, Klas Dalbjörn.


Powersoft has also released a new OEM solution in the form of Loto, a 1-2 in/four out processing board to add advanced DSP functions to powered products. Two versions are available: Basic and Advanced. Both versions feature the same characteristics as the X Series platform, offering parametric raised cosine filters, custom FIR and IIR equalisers, as well as TruePower, RMS and peak limiters, Active Damping Control and live impedance, all of which are managed using ArmoníaPlus.

A pair of AES3 digital input streams into Loto via XLR connectors, while Dante digital audio networking architectures are support with two inputs and two outputs. Additionally, Loto is compatible with Digimod PFC2- PFC4, IpalMod, the Litemod family and Minimod4 amp modules.

Speaking of the LiteMod Series, MiniMod4 and DigiMod PFC2/PFC4 amp modules, Powersoft’s new DSP-Lite ETH, a 1-2 in/three out processing board, has been built for use with them. Its compact interface panel is compatible with mono-in/link-out or stereo-in configurations.

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