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Powersoft makes a Mezzo

Powersoft makes a Mezzo
Two Mezzo units fit one 19-inch rack

Powersoft makes a Mezzo

The eight Mezzo models offer four power options

Developed for the AV/IT market, Mezzo comprises eight amplifier models, each with different power and connectivity options. Mezzo is a self-configuring amplifier system aimed at corporate, hospitality and educational environments. The units feature a compact design with Class-D technology that is said to be easy to install and operate. The system can also be monitored remotely.

The eight Mezzo models offer four power options: smaller power versions provide 320W in 4 x 80W or 2 x 160W configurations, while the larger 600W options supply either 4 x 150W or 2 x 300W. Each model is available as an ‘A’ (analogue) model or an ‘AD’ (analogue/digital) variant that adds Dante/AES67 capability.

All eight models are networkable and feature automatic set up for audio parameters, reducing deployment time during installation. They each offer load monitoring, allowing users to monitor system parameters such as temperature, power usage and performance over time. These parameters can be monitored and controlled via Powersoft’s Armonía system manager or via an external control system or a plug-in in a DSP matrix platform.

The smaller 320W models are able to deliver 80W/160W per channel into 2Ω, 4Ω, 8Ω or 16Ω as well as 25V, 70V or 100V. Meanwhile, the larger 600W power sized models can deliver 4 x 150W or 2 x 300W, and can drive 2 x 16Ω as well as 25V, 70V or 100V. Each channel reportedly has sufficient headroom for power sharing according to the specific needs of an installation, meaning one Mezzo amplifier can drive zones of varying sizes, and design changes can be accommodated without having to alter equipment choice.

Each unit comes with rack-mount accessories that fit two units into a standard 19-inch rack, or one unit into an 11-inch compact rack. A Mezzo unit can also stand alone on its rubber feet within a credenza, be mounted to the wall or hidden behind a video screen. The unit is designed to be ‘ultra-quiet’ and requires no ventilation. In terms of performance, Mezzo can reportedly deliver enough power to drive multiple subwoofers.

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