LAB FP2400Q 4 Channel Power Amp

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LAB FP2400Q 4 Channel Power Amp

2,000.00

The fP 2400Q is a lightweight and space-saving four-channel power amplifier, ideal for use in high quality touring sound systems as well as in demanding permanent installations. The fP 2400Q is suited to a diversity of applications, including multi-channel monitor systems, four-channel reproduction, and compact amplification in active 2-, 3-, and 4-way systems such as line arrays.

The fP 2400Q allows bridged connection of either of both of the two pairs of channels (channel A and B and/or channel C and D). It also features Lab.gruppen’s unique power matching solution, the MLS switch, which offers endless combinations for solving most of the problems related to varying impedances and maximum power capacities of loudspeakers. The latest semiconductor technology is utilized in the ferrite Power (fP) amplifiers.

The latest semiconductor technology is utilized in the ferrite Power (fP) amplifiers. This, together with Lab.gruppen’s proprietary Intercooler® copper cooling system, enhances the capacity of the fP 2200 to deliver sustained power into very low impedance loads (2 ohms nominal). Two easily accessible dust filters on the front ensure a clean front-to-rear airflow. A bi-phase wiring scheme also increases the current capacity of the switch mode power supply, further extending the power bandwidth in the low end.

Besides the traditionally superb Lab.gruppen sonic performance, a full line of features make the fP 2400Q functional in all applications from installation to high performance live sound systems: Regulated Switch Mode Power Supply (R.SMPS™)

Switch-mode amplifiers are commonplace in today’s amplifier market. However, Lab.gruppen’s unique Regulated Switch-mode Power Supply (R.SMPS) technology offers a number of essential advantages that make it superior to other, seemingly similar power supply designs. The most important features are the precise regulation and the extreme power efficiency. The regulated power supply easily deals with high variations in the AC mains voltage: it can drop by up to 20% below its nominal level (e.g. to 180 V instead of 230 V) without affecting audio performance. The power supply is also exceptionally efficient, with only a fraction of the energy from the AC mains is turned into heat. A regulated power supply also affords other sonic advantages, including better cone control while retaining the same fast response as a conventional power supply.

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