A real breakthrough in professional amplifier technology: Synq introduces a new range of CLASS-D AMPLIFIERS with exceptional power and competitive pricing!
- The extremely high efficiency, reduced power waste and very low heat dissipation are the main advantages of these PWM-amplifiers!
- Incredible space savings for mobile applications: enclosure only 1unit high!
- Incredible low weight: only 5,6kg!
- Extremely high power output: 2x 1800Wrms @ 4Ω!
- Output in bridge mode: 3600Wrms @ 8Ω
- All the protections you can think of for professional use:
- Signal + current limiters
- Overload protection
- Short circuit current protection
- DC protection
- Thermal protection
- AC, VHF protection
- Soft start
- Very powerful bass response, also perfect for subwoofers!
- Switchable 30Hz HPF (high pass filter) eliminates unwanted, power consuming, subsonic frequencies.
- 3 different working modes: stereo, bridge mode, mono mode (inputs linked)
- Balanced in/outputs on XLR + 6.3mm jack
- 2 Speakon connectors (left and right outputs)
- 1 separate output for bridge mode
- Power - stereo (or mono): 2x 1050Wrms @ 8 Ω
- Power - stereo (or mono): 2x 1800Wrms @ 4 Ω
- Power - bridge: 1x 3600Wrms @ 8 Ω
- Frequency response: 5 - 36.000Hz +/-1dB THD:
- Input sensitivity: 1000mV
- Input impedance: 20k balanced
- Input impedance: 10k unbalanced
- S/N ratio: >100dB
- Crosstalk (8ohm/1kHz): 90dB
- Damping Factor (8ohm/1kHz): >300
- Slew Rate: 29V/uS
- Weight: 5,6kg
- Dimensions: 482x301x44mm (19'/1U)
I've heard these amps run a Jazz festival for about 10 hours continuous every day. For me, the proof is in the pudding. And trust me, they outperformed my expectations. I tested them the day after in a controlled environment with some heavy dance music, and still, unbelievable. I ran the test with 2 different models Synq amps. The PE2400 and the Digit 3k6 and compared them: Digit: Perfect tight, powerful bass with crisp, clear highs. Bright, clear mids. Also played the song: Calling Elvis by Dire Straits using the 3k6 amps. the sound of that snare drum was......... got goosebumps all over. Ok so that was with the 3k6. Now the PE2400: bass was warm but muddy, less control. The highs were good. Overall the 3k6 blew me away where the PE2400 left me saying, uhm what's the word........ nothing. The PE2400 was exactly what you would expect. It delivers the power, but that's about it. I'm not saying the PE2400 is a bad amp, but I would rather go for the 3k6 in this case. Speakers used: 4 Synq RS-15's and 2 Synq RS-218's indoors. 5 stars from me
If all else fails, read the manual.....
Oh forgot something: At the jazz festival they were using 8 Synq RS-15's and 4 Synq RS-218's together with 4 Synq Digit 3k6 amps running the speakers.