Kam launch 4 new KXR Series Professional Grade Power Amplifiers
Kam, a company committed to innovation and quality, designing energy efficient, easy to operate products packed with the latest technology, have introduced 4 new models of the KXR Series of high quality, professional grade, stereo power amplifiers.
Presented in a sturdy 2U mountable chassis with rack-ears, 2 channel stereo or bridged output modes, and with outputs varying from 64w to 508w, there’s a model to suit all occasions, meeting the requirements of a vast range of sound reinforcement environments, from live-sound, studio to commercial installations.
These superb workhorse power amplifiers, feature forced-air cooling for continuous use, and whilst beautifully designed and engineered on the inside, all effort has been made for ease of use with an easy to configure front panel layout, featuring large Channel 1 and 2 volume controls aside the central mains on/off switch, and individual channel status LEDs for Power, Clip, Signal and Fault.
With 2 x XLR and 2 x ¼” jack inputs and outputs via 2 x SpeakON connectors, 2 pairs of ‘banana’ binding posts and separate ‘bridge’ binding post, all 4 new KXR power amps offer superb flexible connectivity. There are also rear panel switches for Stereo/Bridge and Ground Lift, while internal circuits protect against Thermal, Short Circuit and Overload.
The operation voltage can also be changed from 110v to 240v for use around the world, and whilst delivering faultless, high quality audio with superb clarity and headroom with impressive signal/noise ratios, it’s easy to see why the new Kam KXR Series, professional grade stereo power amplifiers, already have a track record for exceptional performance and reliability.
Kam KXR Series professional grade stereo power amplifiers:
KXR2000: 200W Power Amp. £109.00 rrp KXR3000: 300W Power Amp. £119.00 rrp
KXR4000: 400W Power Amp. £139.00 rrp KXR5000: 500W Power Amp. £149.00 rrp
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