Four new models have just made their way to the Monitor Audio Custom Installation Amplifier series. Each of the new units comes with configurable DSP, intuitive web configuration, Ethernet and wireless connectivity, and power-sharing technology.
Monitor Audio has engineered these four new DSP amplifiers to support the demands of the installations. That’s why the devices focus on usability, flexibility, and functionality.
And let’s not forget to mention that the setup process is a breeze for the new models. In addition to all those factors, the new Monitor Audio Custom Installation Amplifier models come with excellent build quality and can deliver exquisite sound performance.
Nonetheless, you will find Ethernet and WiFi connectivity on all the new models. The inclusion of these will enable installers to fine-tune the DSP and work with the advanced settings before connecting the setup to a network.
DSP configuration is present on all four new models. And it is there to make sure you get the correct EQ settings that work perfectly with your selected Monitor Audio Architectural speakers. In other words, it makes sure you get a top-notch listening experience with the setup.
Other than that, all four Monitor Audio Custom Installation Amplifier models are fully customizable. That further enhances the precision and high-fidelity nature of the audio delivered by the setup.
In fact, this fully customizable nature of the amplifiers can even offer high-quality audio in challenging exterior or interior settings.
There’s a web configurator that extends the intuitive and straightforward nature of the installation experience.
This configurator also ensures that the amplifiers can be easily integrated into a familiar control system such as Creston, Creston Home, Control 4, and RTI. There’s an API available for broader custom integrations.
There’s power-sharing technology present in each of the new Monitor Audio Custom Installation Amplifier units. You will also find high-voltage rails, allowing a single output stage to deliver the full output power to the system.
This means the channels do not need to be bridged for low and high impedance 4 and 8 ohms speakers. All the new models can provide 70v and 100v line support, making them ideal for garden system applications.
According to Monitor Audio, this line support will improve the sound transmission quality and allow the power to be allocated dynamically.
Besides, the new Monitor Audio Custom Installation Amplifier models have a high-power density design. Such a design enables more channels to be placed in a compact space.
That will come into play when you want to keep the overall dimensions of the setup small for convenience. And when it comes to the amplification, all four models deliver it through thermally optimized class-D amplifiers.
They enabled Monitor Audio to keep a small physical profile, manage thermals, and offer a lifelike sound.
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