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High-Intensity, Modular, Tri- & Quad-Amplification/Loudspeaker Systems
High-intensity, power amplifier/loudspeaker systems that simultaneously provide high quality, reliability, flexibility and most practical business objectives are outlined. These operating systems recently have been made feasible at a competitive cost by a unique development in the power amplifier field. A single, modular, plug-in power amplifier with related electronic crossovers, and common card holder/power supply installation system provide the practical solution. When utilized in conjunction with the proven principles of bi-, tri-, and quad-amplification, this versatile system assures an overwhelming RMS power (measurable in kilowatts), wide dynamic range, high-intensity acoustic output, low distortion, and improved transient response. And finally, it realistically meets practical business requirements such as competitive cost and flexibility.
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