Paradigm, has announced its new SVX-1202 Power Amplifier.
This versatile two-channel amplifier has been designed for flexibility. The Canadian manufacturer points out With the capacity to handle 70V, 4-, and 8-ohm loads, the amplifier was just unveiled during the recently completed CEDIA Expo 2023 show, which took place in Denver, Colorado, on Sept. 7-9.
The Paradigm SVX-1202 Power Amplifier has been designed to cater to custom installers, providing them with a versatile tool that is reliable and seamless to install.
“The SVX-1202 Power Amplifier underscores our ongoing commitment to empowering installers. It’s a pragmatic tool that enhances the capabilities of our ecosystem, allowing custom integrators to achieve superior outcomes with utmost ease,” comments John Bagby, managing director at Paradigm.
Paradigm SVX-1202 Amplifier Loaded with Features
Developed to complement Paradigm outdoor series products, the SVX-1202 Power Amplifier utilizes a compact design, advanced cooling system, and network connectivity to streamline the installation process.
“We empathize with the requirements of the custom integration channel. The SVX-1202 stands as a valuable addition, ensuring optimal performance while seamlessly integrating with our product range,” notes David Baker, director of sales, North America, Paradigm.
The SVX-1202 features Anthem Room Correction technology and pre-set DSP settings to allow installers to fine-tune audio parameters, and create quality audio experiences for homeowners. The amplifier offers compatibility with modern streaming platforms such as Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay, Chromecast built-in, and Bluetooth to support a wide variety of audio sources.
According to the company, its new amplifier also seamlessly integrates with its Garden Oasis Series Outdoor landscape speaker systems to offer integrators a near-turnkey system option to provide an immersive audio for outdoor audio.
Additionally, the SVX-1202 amplifier incorporates the company’s proprietary Anthem Room Correction (ARC) equalization technologies to help integrators maximize the sound performance of the product during each individual system installation.
The amplifier is expected to start shipping in mid- to-late fall 2023, and its retail price is $1,799.99.
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