AudioControl has introduced the Architect Model P250EQ, a high-power 2-channel amplifier engineered with an emphasis on sound quality plus key features for the custom installation channel.
Requiring only 1U rack space, the Architect Model P250EQ employs the company’s Constant Power Mode amplifier design and provides output power of 250 watts per channel into 8, 4 and 2-Ohm loads. The Constant Power Mode platform features an overbuilt power supply and advanced filter stage mated to robust output transistors capable of high-current demand and stability across the range of load impedances, AudioControl explains.
To assist installation and setup efficiency, the Architect Model P250EQ features three selectable EQ curves. Flat, Bass Boost or Bass/Treble Boost curves have been developed to enhance the performance of commonly deployed architectural loudspeakers, according to the company.
Main audio inputs are RCA (stereo) along with both coax and optical digital inputs that are controlled by a priority switch selector. Multiple 4-conductor speaker-level output connectors enable the P250EQ to drive up to four pairs of speakers.
Additionally, AudioControl’s SDS Priority Input Switching feature is accessible via a 3.5mm stereo input, enabling the integration of smart doorbells, network-connected speakers and other devices that can pause/restart the entertainment content in selected zones as desired. A signal-sensing circuit powers auto-turn on/off when applicable.
AudioControl, which is exhibiting in booth W2837 at InfoComm 2022 June 8-10, backs the product with 5-year warranty. Availability is slated for July 2022.