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Audac doubles up with multichannel amps

Audac doubles up with multichannel amps

Audac doubles up with multichannel amps

Audac has introduced two amplifiers with multiple channel outputs; the CEP408 quad channel amp and CEP803 octo channel amp. At 1U high, both units are compact and lightweight for use in bars, restaurants, education, retail and corporate settings. Designed to offer low impedance as 70/100V, Audac says the units deliver Class-D amplifier technology which can be distributed over multiple zones in various applications, while miniature rear-mounted switches provide the ability to daisy link inputs from one channel to another.

Input connections are performed with 3-pin terminal block connectors, while output connections are performed with a 4-pin terminal block connector. The CEP408 offers four channels and has an output power of 80W. The CEP803 offers eight channels and has an output power of 30W. Both are Energy Star compliant, which can be enabled or disabled with a standby switch on the rear of the device.

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