Beale Street Audio The Mothership, Genius, Slim Multi-tool, and Low-Frequency Muscle Amplifier

All of Beale Street Audio’s amplifiers are designed to work with a wide range of speakers, including the company’s own Sonic Vortex powered in-ceiling and in-wall models.
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Beale Street Audio has expanded its product lineup with four new amplifiers. The Mothership is the company’s flagship amplifier and features 12 independent channels of amplification with bass and treble control by zone, zone and global IR control, and bidirectional RS232 control. The Genius is a programmable 2x60 (at 4Ω) and 2x40 (at 8Ω) amplifier, features IR input for control with any remote and can be paired with an optional Bluetooth module that connects to an audio calibration app. The Slim Multi-tool offers compact flexibility and includes the A4x40, a high efficiency Class D amplifier with four channels of amplification at 40W, and the option of running three or two channels with more power. The Low- Frequency Muscle powers low-frequency effects and basslines and is a 100W subwoofer with 40Hz to 300Hz crossovers, 0 to 180 phase settings, with the ability to drive multiple subwoofers simultaneously since it is 2Ω stable. All of Beale Street Audio’s amplifiers are designed to work with a wide range of speakers, including the company’s own Sonic Vortex powered in-ceiling and in-wall models.
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