Crest Audio E-Lite 1800 DSP
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Crest Audio E-Lite 1800 DSP

E-Lite 1800 DSP, Other Power Amplifier from Crest Audio.

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Crest Audio E-Lite 1800 & 1800 DSP

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Crest Audio announced the European debut of the E-Lite Series power amplifiers with the E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP.

Crest Audio E-Lite Series amps are built on a class D design with a switch-mode power supply designed to reduce weight while increasing reliability, thermal efficiency and output power.

The E-Lite 1800 and E-Lite 1800 DSP have 900 watts per channel, weigh less than 10 lbs., and deliver performance in parallel, stereo and bridged modes. The power supply is designed to allow these amplifiers to deliver consistent, stable performance with low frequencies and at 2-ohm operation.

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 allows users to quickly identify and assign presets, while the USB port allows users to load presets and enables external setup and adjustment.

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
  • 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


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
  • 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

Check out www.crestaudio.com for more info.
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