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Dual-Channel Power Amp from Crest Audio

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Crest Audio debuted the E-Lite Series power amplifiers with the E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP, featuring a design with high power and stable performance down to 2-ohm loads.

Crest Audio E-Lite Series amps are built on a class D design with a switch-mode power supply that reduces weight while increasing reliability, thermal efficiency and output power. The E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP have 900 watts per channel, and weigh less than 10 lbs.

The Crest Audio E-Lite 1800 DSP features an onboard digital signal processor that hosts a suite of delays (0–120ms per channel), adjustable crossover, adjustable limiter, parametric EQ, HF driver EQ, four user preset storage locations, and stereo/mono operation with lockable security settings. The front-panel LCD screen ais designed to allow users to identify and assign presets, while the USB port allows users to load presets and enables external setup and adjustment.

The E-Lite DSP section also integrates Waves MaxxBass Bass Extension technology, which uses psycho-acoustics to create precise harmonic overtones that give the perceived effect of adding low frequencies to the mix. The level of MaxxBass can be adjusted from 0% to 100%.

The Crest Audio E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP will be available in Q1 2010 from authorized Crest Audio retailers.

E-Lite 1800
•    900W per channel at 2 ohms @ <0.1%
•    530W per channel at 4 ohms @ <0.1%
•    300W per channel at 8 ohms @ <0.1%
•    1,800W bridged at 4 ohms @ 1%
•    Parallel/Bridge/Stereo mode switch
•    ACL Automatic Clip Limiting
•    Revolutionary E-Lite class D topology
•    Detented input controls
•    Combi Neutrik XLR-¼" inputs
•    Speakon® output connectors
•    XLR thru connector
•    Two channel-independent fourth order crossovers

U.S. MSRP $TBA

E-Lite 1800 DSP
•    900W per channel at 2 ohms @ <0.1%
•    530W per channel at 4 ohms @ <0.1%
•    300W per channel at 8 ohms @ <0.1%
•    1,800W bridged at 4 ohms @ 1%
•    Parallel/Bridge/Stereo mode switch
•    Revolutionary E-Lite class D topology
•    ACL Automatic Clip Limiting
•    Lockable level controls
•    High-pass filter
•    Combi Neutrik XLR-¼" inputs
•    XLR thru connector (switchable between DSP processed or dry signal)
•    Speakon® output connectors
•    Two channel-independent, adjustable fourth order crossovers

U.S. MSRP $TBA  

For more information, visit www.crestaudio.com.
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