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[NAMM] New Carver Xr Series of Power Amps

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Carver Professional released its new lineup at NAMM 2011, which featured the new Xr Series power amplifiers and a line of powered speakers.

Carver’s new Xr Series is designed for sound reinforcement applications. They provide audio reproduction from a Class AB layout and design.

 

Features for the Xi Series include: 2ohm stable operation; variable speed fan cooling; a 7 LED level display, per channel, including signal present and clip indicators, and Power Ready, Signal Present, Clip, Protect, Thermal and Standby LED indicators for each channel.

 

The Xi Series also feature a Level control defeat switch that can be accessed from rear panel; a Switched 40Hz/80Hz/12B/Octave cut; High Pass and Low Pass Filter; Switched Soft Knee Clip Limiters, and a Soft Start in-Rush Current Limiting.

 

For more information about Carver Professional, head to www.carver-audio.com.

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