Amate Audio TPD 2.1 Amplifier
The latest result of Amate Audio’s innovative commitment is out: the new TPD.
The original TP concept (which stands for TriPhonic), a 3-channel processing amplifier was first released back in 1986. Its unique 3-in-1 topology allowed making subwoofer plus stereo satellite installations for small and medium-sized clubs very easy to set up and use, giving exceptional results only comparable with much more complex and expensive systems.
One single device united one stereo amplifier for L & R, another channel for subwoofer and the dedicated active signal processing to drive the speaker systems.
The TPD goes one step further (with D standing for Digital) an adds to this concept Digital Signal Processing, Class D amplification and Switched-Mode Power Supply, making the system more efficient, accurate,reliable and straightforward to use.
|Input Impedance||20 kΩ|
|Output Power (1)||L & R 250 + 250 W @ 8 Ω / 500 + 500 W @ 4 Ω|
Subwoofer 900 W @ 8 Ω / 1000 W @ 4 Ω
|Average Current Draw (2)||3 A @ 230 V AV|
|Frequency Response (adjustable DSP)||L & R 70 Hz – 20 kHz (-3 dB)|
Subwoofer 30 Hz – 200 Hz (-3 dB)
|Damping Factor (1 kHz @ 8 Ω)||L & R > 560, Subwoofer > 320|
|S/N Ratio (A-weighted)||104 dB|
|Mains||85~240 V AC- 50/60 Hz|
|Dimensions (HxWxD)||88 x 482 x 370 mm (2U Rack 19”)|