Bose completes its PowerMatch Series
Bose will launch this summer three new PowerMatch power amplifiers, which will add to the existing PM8500 released a couple of years ago.
The Bose PowerMatch power amplifier series will now feature four fully configurable models with built-in DSP. Two of them are 8-channel models, the two other provide 4 channels.
Each model is also available in an N version equipped with an Ethernet port which allows for amps remote control and monitoring. The amps are also compatible with the Bose ESPLink card, a slot for additional cards is included.
All the PowerMatch amps are rackable in 19" 2U format and ship with the ControlSpace Designer setup software.
The PowerMatch PM8500 power amp provide 4000W (500W x 8 channels @ 4 Ohms), the PowerMatch PM8250 offers 2000W (250W x 8 channels @ 4 Ohms). The four-channel models include the 2000W PM4500 (500W per channel @ 4 Ohms) and the 1000W PM4250 (250W per channel @ 4 Ohms).
The new Bose PowerMatch are expected in June 2013, their prices are still to be announced. You will find more details at worldwide.bose.com.
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