Whitinsville, MA (May, 2018) – Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) will showcase the UX Series, a complete amplification and processing solution for installation and production applications usingEAW loudspeakers, at the upcoming InfoComm show in Las Vegas at Booth C352 and Demo Room N116.

The UX series ensures the best possible performance of an EAW sound reinforcement system through seamless integration of EAW’s greybox technology and Resolution software in a fraction of the time required with other amplification systems.

“This amplifier solution offers pristine audio quality in an incredibly durable and reliable package,” explains TJ Smith, general manager EAW. “Setup through Resolution software simplifies loading the appropriate Greybox settings and leverages the power of EAW core technologies such as DynO and Focusing while minimizing time spent tuning the system.”

The amplifier series consists of two four-channel amplifiers – the UXA4406 and UXA4410 – as well as the eight-channel UXA4810. These Class D amplifiers offer a unique combination of power and audio performance integrated with precise 48kHz digital signal processing. The four channel models deliver up to 2,500 watts (5,000 watts bridged), while the UXA4810 delivers 1,250 watts per channel (2,500 watts bridged).

Incredibly versatile, each amplifier channel can be configured to deliver its maximum power into two, four or eight ohms, nominal loads as well as 25V, 70V & 100V constant Voltage (CV) lines. This offers designers and integrators unparalleled flexibility and cost effectiveness.

The final component of the UX Series is the UX48 processor, a high performance and easy-to-use signal processor that offers processing for four inputs and eight outputs. It takes advantage of the latest analog to digital conversion and DSP technologies to deliver impeccable audio. The full front panel user interface offers simple and intuitive operation.

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Photo Cutline: EAW's UX Series is a complete amplifications and processing solution for installation and productions amplifications.

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