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Ashly Audio Power Amplifiers

Ashly Audio has expanded its NE series of Ethernet-equipped products with three new 2-channel power amplifiers
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Ashly Audio Power Amplifiers

May 8, 2009 2:27 PM

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Ashly Audio NE series power amplifiers

Ashly Audio has expanded its NE (Network Enabled) series of Ethernet-equipped products with three new 2-channel power amplifiers that are designed to meet the needs of the performance installed sound and constant-voltage markets. The ne800, ne1600, and ne2400—respectively delivering 400W, 800W, and 1200W per channel at 4V—offer easy setup, control, and monitoring using standard 10/100 Ethernet protocol and Ashly’s Protea NE software. As standard, the new NE series 2-channel amplifiers include balanced analog inputs accessed via XLR and Euroblock connectors with Speakon/Euroblock output connectors.

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