Crest Audio Pro-LITE 2.0

Crest Audio debuts the Pro-LITE 2.0 and Pro-LITE 2.0 DSP, featuring a lightweight design with high power and stable performance into 2-ohm loads.
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Crest Audio Pro-LITE 2.0

Mar 11, 2011 6:52 PM

Crest Audio Pro-LITE 2.0

Crest Audio debuts the Pro-LITE 2.0 and Pro-LITE 2.0 DSP, featuring a lightweight design with high power and stable performance into 2-ohm loads. The Pro-LITE 2.0 and Pro-LITE 2.0 DSP boast 985W per channel, weigh less than 10lbs., and feature parallel, stereo, and bridged modes. The Pro-LITE 2.0 DSP features an onboard digital signal processor that hosts a suite of delays (0-120ms per channel), adjustable crossovers, adjustable limiters, parametric EQ, HF driver EQ, four user preset storage locations, and stereo/mono operation with lockable security settings. The front-panel LCD screen allows users to identify and assign presets, while the USB port allows users to load presets and enables external setup and adjustment. It also integrates Waves MaxxBass Bass Extension technology, which uses psycho-acoustics to create precise harmonics that give the perceived effect of boosting low frequencies in the mix. The level of MaxxBass effect can be adjusted from zero to 100 percent. All Pro-LITE Series amplifiers feature two channels with channel-independent, fourth-order 100Hz crossovers housed in a steel chassis. The proprietary Automatic Clip Limiting circuitry prevents the amplifier from sending potentially damaging clipped signals to the loudspeakers. Additional onboard protection circuitry includes DC, Temp, Signal, and Active safeguards, all referenced on the front panel with LED indicators. Price: $499.99 (Pro-LITE 2.0), $699.99 (Pro-LITE 2.0 DSP)

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