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CAMCO introduces its new Q-Power Series of 4-channel high-output power amplifiers, aimed toward the market of installed sound.


At launch there will be two models in the Series, the Q-Power 6 and Q-Power 10, both of them 19 inch 2RU four-channels amps using class D and class H technology and benefitting from developments in CAMCO’s proprietary dual-voltage SMPS with automatic voltage selection for 120V/230V operation.

Rated at 2500W (Q-Power 10) and 1500W (Q-Power 6) peak power RMS output at 4 Ohms, the Q-Power 10 offers 625W per channel for 100V line operation, and the Q-Power 6 will deliver 950W per channel for 70V line operation.

The input section are supplied with both XLR and Phoenix connectors, while the output section are supplied with both Speakon and Barrier Strip connectors with cover



LED status indicators above each potentiometer indicate; Amp on, Signal present (this is red if in protect mode), Output current and clip status. A gain control security cover is also provided.



Q-Power 6 specifications :

  • Power per channel (all channels driven @ 1 kHz, THD < 1%) : 470 W @ 16 Ω, 800 W @ 8 Ω, 1000 W @ 4 Ω, 1500 W @ 4 Ω Max RMS, 950 W @ 70 V line operation.
  • Power per channel (single channel driven @ 1 kHz, THD < 1%) : 480 W @ 16 Ω, 960 W @ 8 Ω, 1500 W @ 4 Ω, 1600 W @ 4 Ω Max RMS.
  • Max. output voltage : 125 Vp / 250 Vpp.
  • Output circuitry : Class H.
  • SNR (20 Hz – 20 kHz, 8 Ω load) : > 115 dB (A-weighted), >112 dB (unweighted).
  • THD+N (Typical) (20 Hz – 20 kHz, 8 Ω load, 6 dB below rated power) : < 0,01 %.
  • SMPTE 4:1 (Typical) (60 Hz + 7 kHz, 8 Ω load, 8 dB below rated power) : < 0,01 %.
  • Damping factor (8 Ω load, 1 khz and below) : > 350.
  • Net weight : 10,6 kg / 23,4 lbs.
  • Input impedance : 15 kΩ balanced.
  • Input gain : selectable, 26 dB, 32 db or 1,4 V input sensivity.

Q-Power 10 specifications :

  • Power per channel (all channels driven @ 1 kHz, THD < 1%) : 620 W @ 16 Ω, 1100 W @ 8 Ω, 1800 W @ 4 Ω, 2500 W @ 4 Ω Max RMS, 1600 W @ 70 V line operation, 625 W @ 100 V line operation.
  • Power per channel (single channel driven @ 1 kHz, THD < 1%) : 620 W @ 16 Ω, 1350 W @ 8 Ω, 2400 W @ 4 Ω, 2600 W @ 4 Ω Max RMS.
  • Max. output voltage : 145 Vp / 290 Vpp.
  • Output circuitry : Class D.
  • SNR (20 Hz – 20 kHz, 8 Ω load) : > 115 dB (A-weighted), >112 dB (unweighted).
  • THD+N (Typical) (20 Hz – 20 kHz, 8 Ω load, 6 dB below rated power) : < 0,01 %.
  • SMPTE 4:1 (Typical) (60 Hz + 7 kHz, 8 Ω load, 8 dB below rated power) : < 0,02 %.
  • Damping factor (8 Ω load, 1 khz and below) : > 600.
  • Net weight : 11,5 kg / 25,4 lbs.
  • Input impedance : 15 kΩ balanced.
  • Input gain : selectable, 26 dB, 32 db or 1,4 V input sensivity.

All of CAMCO’s amplifiers are backed up by a 6-year warranty.
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