The Seattle, Wash.-based audio company, AudioControl, has announced the introduction of its new CM Series of dual-mode amplifiers.
AudioControl states that its latest amplifiers provide integrators a choice of 70-volt and 4- and 8-ohm operation to support the amps’ use in a range of audio systems. The Pacific Northwest company points out the amplifiers also offer integrators Audinate’s Dante digital audio platform to allow the amplifiers to seamlessly integrate into commercial AV systems, and residential outdoor audio and whole-house audio systems.
According to the company, the CM Series of amplifiers offer a choice of three models:
- CM4-750: 4-channel dual-mode DSP-enabled amplifier
- CM3-750: 3-channel dual-mode DSP-enabled amplifier
- CM2-750: 2-channel dual-mode DSP-enabled amplifier
Each of the CM Series amplifiers incorporate the company’s Constant Power Mode architecture that it says enable the amplifiers to efficiently deliver high levels of power with high levels of sound quality. The amps produce 750 watts in 70-volt mode and 625 watts at 8-, 6- or 4-ohms, with stability down to 2 ohms.
AudioControl adds the CM Series of amplifiers also provide 1,500 watts when bridged in 100-volt mode, and 1,250 watts when bridged in 8 ohm mode.