Powersoft T Series unveiled at NAMM
Monday, 28 January 2019
powersoftThe new platform is available now through Powersoft authorised distributors
USA - Powersoft has announced the release of the T Series line, an amplifier platform designed with the rental market in mind. The new platform - which is available now through the company's authorised distributors - was officially unveiled during a press conference at the NAMM show.
"We're setting a new benchmark for the type of reliability and audio performance you can expect from a product at this price level," says Klas Dalbjörn, product manager at Powersoft. "The T Series is Powersoft's solution for rental companies with small to medium-size sound systems, and it features next generation processing and networking capabilities, but at lower price point. It is also perfect for small touring bands, DJs and a range of other applications.”
The T Series consists of both two and four-channel models available in 3000 W and 6000 W versions supporting channel powers from 750 W to 3,000 W in a single rack unit. All models can deliver the same high peak voltage and can drive single 8/16 ohm cabinets at full SPL. The high voltage can also be used for power sharing between channels for applications such as bi-amped loudspeakers or subwoofers with passive tops.
In addition to analogue inputs, the T Series also includes AES3 and Dante by Audinate inputs, which are optimised for daisy-chained distribution of two-channel audio to multiple amplifiers with no need for external switches or splitters. Each model features group controllable advanced EQ to let users equalise multiple amplifiers in a chain, as well as a robust preset library with FIR processing.
"Our decision to include the option for daisy-chained Dante networking on the T Series was based on customer feedback," Dalbjörn continues. "The T Series is a step forward in terms of reliable performance, usability and audio quality. We're raising the bar of what you can expect from a small to medium-sized rental system."
(Jim Evans)

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