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Underscoring their commitment to providing advanced technology at basic prices, Phonic today announces the release of the iAMP1620 and iAMP3020 Digital Amplifiers. Phonic will be showcasing the new iAMP series at the Prolight+Sound Show in Frankfurt, Germany next month.

Built into lightweight and sturdy aluminum constructions, the iAMP 1620 offers 1600 Watts of power (RMS) running into loads as low as 2 ohms, while the iAMP3020 offers 3000 Watts of power (again, in RMS) into 2 ohm loads. The free-flow construction combined with a variable speed fans creates the perfect amount of airflow to ensure cool operation in all environments. The unit further exhibits an exceptionally flat response from 10 Hz all the way to 50 kHz, providing more precise reproduction across the entire audible frequency spectrum.

The D-class circuitry of the iAMP makes the units quieter, lighter and more powerful than traditional amplifiers.  The iAMP series provides the power and reliability of D-class circuitry, but with none of the flash or overly complicated functions that bog down a lot of other digital amplifiers. The result is a great product that meets the demands of large installations – but without the large price-tag.

The iAMP amplifiers offers balanced input via combination jacks, including both XLR and 1/4" TRS connections, for versatile input options. These are accompanied by line-level 1/4" 'thru' output jacks for parallel operation with additional amps. Neutrik Speakon jacks are included on output to allow professional application in all manners of installation. Low- and high-pass filters set are included for better contouring the amplifier to subwoofer or full-range application. A full bank of protection circuitry has also been incorporated to ensure protection from RF signals, overload, overheating, power surges, and a host of other possible external influences.

“The iAMPs were designed from the ground up,” details Phonic Product Manager, Larry Lai. “We took time in deciding on every feature, every component, and how they would work with the amp as a whole. The end result is clearer audio, brawnier amplification, and an overall sturdier, more reliable amplifier.”

The iAMP1620 and iAMP3020 will be on display at this year’s Prolight+Sound Show between the 6th and 9th of April. Come by booth K41 in Hall 8 to see this and other great new Phonic products.