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Quest boosts QX Series with quartet

Quest boosts QX Series with quartet

Quest boosts QX Series with quartet

Australian audio specialist Quest Engineering has expanded its QX Series of amplifiers with the introduction of four rackmounted Class-D power amps. The QX4150 (4x 150W), QX4300 (4x 300W), QX4750 (4x 750W) and QX41500 (4x 1,500W) are designed for permanent audio installations requiring small or medium power amplification. Each unit offers multichannel options, auto load matching Hi-Z/Lo-Z (70V or 100V) and automatic mute/unmute functionality to enable activation of the amplifier within 1ms from standby. Individual high-pass and low-pass filters are available on any channel.

Both the QX4300 and QX41500 provide low impedance, 70V or 100V direct drive on all channels, while the QX4150 and QX4750 offer the ability to bridge channels for two- and three-channel operation. In addition, each QX unit is capable of Dante/AES67 inputs with a dedicated expansion card to enable full Dante functionality.



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