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Electro-Voice announced the Q Series amplifiers, made up of four models.


Based on Class-H layout designed for maximized efficiency and reduced weight in a 2U design, the amp family features additional switchable LowPass Notch (LPN) filters, said to be providing extra fundament and kick as well as protective low-cut when driving compact 12” or 15” full-range speaker cabinets without subwoofers.

Q Series is launching with four models:

Q1212 (2 × 1200W @ 4 Ohms / 2 × 1800W @ 2 Ohms)
The Q Series flagship offers the horsepower to challenge its Precision Series predecessor, the P3000. It provides the same power from a 2U case at modest weight, making it a perfect subwoofer or high-power-top-drive.

Q99 (2 × 900 Watts @ 4 Ohms / 2 × 1250W @ 2 Ohms)
The Q99 represents an excellent combined top & sub drive for most club-sized systems.

Q66 (2 × 600W @ 4 Ohms / 2 × 900W @ 2 Ohms)
The Q66 provides power to drive small-to-medium sized full-range speaker systems.

Q44 (2 × 450 W @ 4 Ohms / 2 × 650W @ 2 Ohms)
The base model for small tops and utility loudspeakers.

For more: www.electrovoice.com.
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