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Powersoft K2

Dual-Channel Power Amp from Powersoft belonging to the K series.

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compact but powerful and responsive

Powersoft K2Published on 11/08/14 at 11:37
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for almost 1 year
I already had / tested a lot Amp: QSC series PLX2 and PL3, crown Macrotech, lab gruppen FP ...
what I like:
-the 1U and overweight (only 8kg) which is an advantage to lighten my rack at best

- Power and its quality in the bass drive it without worrying about big subwoofer
this is the smallest of the series K but it has a lot of mana already, little push in box 4 18 "without tiring (2000w into 4 ohms) to be held beyond AC power loss but big ...
the amp is nervous for his size is nothing to say

-l'ecran LCD gadget that do little but possesses some function which I used as the display of the temperature or power that I send from the speakers in...…
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I use it for almost 1 year
I already had / tested a lot Amp: QSC series PLX2 and PL3, crown Macrotech, lab gruppen FP ...
what I like:
-the 1U and overweight (only 8kg) which is an advantage to lighten my rack at best

- Power and its quality in the bass drive it without worrying about big subwoofer
this is the smallest of the series K but it has a lot of mana already, little push in box 4 18 "without tiring (2000w into 4 ohms) to be held beyond AC power loss but big ...
the amp is nervous for his size is nothing to say

-l'ecran LCD gadget that do little but possesses some function which I used as the display of the temperature or power that I send from the speakers in real time ...

nine, the value for money is a bit limited, certe it's very high-end gear that will be able to hold a head of Macrotech 35kg or other big, heavy amp, but 2800 euro it starts to get expensive anyway, PKN was in way to find much cheaper but I have not been able to compare the two brands ....

I put the note 9 (not 10 because of the price which is the default one for my taste ^^)
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  • Manufacturer: Powersoft
  • Model: K2
  • Series: K
  • Category: Dual-Channel Power Amps
  • Added in our database on: 01/03/2012

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