Powersoft announces at Winter NAMM 2011 that the M Series line of power amplifiers is now shipping to distributors.
The M Series consists of five new models that include two 4-channel and three 2-channel versions. M Series amplifiers come in a one-rack-unit chassis, 358mm/14.1-inch in depth and weighing about 7kg/16lbs.
The M50Q and M28Q are 4-channel models, delivering up to 1,250W/ch into 4 ohms. The M30D, M20D and M14D offer 2-channels each with a maximum output of 1,500W/ch at 4 ohms. The range reaches down to 360W/ch into 8 ohms. The M Series features Powersoft’s plug-in DSP module. When installed and preset to meet the needs of a particular installation, including settings for crossover frequency and curves, basic system EQ and protection functions, the parameters cannot be tampered with — making the M Series a “plug and safe” power amp, according to Powersoft.
The M Series enjoys the identical connectivity through the same AESOP network technology as available for the Powersoft K Series.
For more information, visit the Powersoft web site at www.powersoft-audio.com.
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