This compact, ultra-high power density DSP amplifier delivers four channels of 125 W or two channels of 250 W. All from a convenient 1U half-size design.
The IA125-4 is a deceptively powerful amplifier that packs ultra-high-density amplification into its compact 1U half-rack form. It delivers 4-channels of 125 W or 2-channels of 250 W. Plus, it can be used in power sharing mode to support Monitor Audio s THX Ultra certified, Cinergy 100 speakers within a home theatre system or medium sized garden. It s the ideal amplifier for two zone stereo applications and height channels within home theatre systems.
- 4 x 125 W/2 x 250 W
- Fully customisable DSP amplifier with web configurator
- Half width 1U rack format allows unique installation opportunities or high power density depending on how the product is mounted
|Output Power @ 4 Ohms/8 Ohms
||4 x 125W SE
|Output Power @ 70/100V
||2 x 250 BTL
|Poweshare (up to)
||2 x 250 W
||Dimensions 44 x 220 x 325 mm (1 3/4 x 8 11/16 x 11 5/8 ")
||70Vp / 140Vpp (SE unloaded), 140Vp / 280 Vpp (BTL unloaded)
|Signal to Noise Ratio
||>106dB (A-weighted, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 8 Ohm load)
||+0/-0.25dB 20Hz - 20kHz (8 Ohm load, 3dB below rated power)
||Short circuit -, DC, Undervoltage -, Temperature - and Overload protection
||Switch mode power supply with Power Factor Correction (PFC) and standby converter
||Universal Mains, 100 V - 240 V, 50 Hz - 60 Hz
||Rack Mount Kit, Wall/desktop mount kit (sold seperatley)
||1% THD @ 120Vac and 230Vac
|* SE - Single Ended
||* SE - Single Ended
|** BTL - Bridge Tied Load
||** BTL - Bridge Tied Load
|*** BTU - British Thermal Unit
||*** BTU - British Thermal Unit
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