FSR IT-A25 Amplifier

FSR has announced that it will launch its new IT-A25 audio amplifiers.
Publish date:
FSR stereo audio amplifier front back_200.jpg

FSR IT-A25 Amplifier

Jun 8, 2011 12:22 PM

FSR IT-A25 Amplifier

FSR has announced that it will launch its new IT-A25 audio amplifiers, the latest addition to the company’s Intelli-Tools family, at InfoComm 2011. Designed to deliver great performance and versatility at an affordable price, the two-model series is geared toward small-venue audio power applications such as boardrooms, houses of worship, control rooms, classrooms, libraries, and staging and rental organizations. The IT-A25-M70 mono amp provides either a 4Ω-8Ω speaker output or a 70V line output at 25W RMS. The IT-A25 stereo amp delivers a 25W/CH output at 8Ω and can be bridged to drive a 4Ω load at 50W. Features include a signal sense trigger for sleep and wake up, music and alarm muting capability, optional mounts, external power supply, and clean full-range power. Both units include surface mounting brackets, self-adhesive rubber feet, and hardware as standard. Optional rack-mounting kits are also available.
Price: NA
Booth 1343




Case Study: Dante TV

With two hospital locations, 12 primary care clinics, six rehabilitation centers and nine specialty care sites, Children’s Minnesota is one of the largest pediatric health systems in the United States. Star Studio is the hospital’s in-house television studio with production ...read more


Case Study: Dante Management

Sitting in the heart of downtown Minneapolis, Target Field is home to Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins, and accommodates more than 39,000 spectators. Though designed as a baseball venue, it also hosts football, soccer, and a wide range of outdoor concerts and various ...read more


Tuning Tracks

If you visited the Amek booth in 1987 you might well have had the opportunity to mix a song or two from a multitrack tape copy of U2’s Joshua Tree album. The band had used an Amek desk to record at Danesmoate House in Dublin— indeed, I flew to Ireland to crate it up for its ...read more


Still Life to Real Life

On November 15th nature and wildlife photographers from all over the world attended the Nature’s Best Photography Windland Smith Rice International Awards gala in the rotunda of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C. The event was a celebration of ...read more