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Stewart Audio introduced three new subcompact power amplifiers: the AV25 and the CVA Series, which includes the CVA-25 and CVA-50.

Stewart Audio’s quarter-rack sized AV25 is a two-channel, class D power amplifier designed to drive both 4– and 8-Ohm loads at 35W and 25W per channel respectively. The rear panel has LEDs for power, signal presence, and clipping, and its recessed gain controls ensure against accidental changes in output level. Additional features include remote volume control, balanced/unbalanced input, and an external inline power supply.

Like the AV25, Stewart Audio’s new CVA-25 and CVA-50 power amplifiers are Class D power amps are designed to drive both 25V and 70V distributed systems, outputting 25W and 50W respectively. The rear panels of these amplifiers have LEDs for power, signal presence, and clipping, and their recessed gain controls ensure against accidental changes in output level. Further, these amplifiers feature remote volume control, balanced/unbalanced input, and an external inline power supply.

Pricing & Availability
The Stewart Audio AV25, CVA-25, and CVA-50 power amps are available now. MSRP for these models is as follows:
  • AV25: $259.
  • CVA-25: $289.
  • CVA-50: $359.

For more information, visit www.stewartaudio.com.
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