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Earthquake’s Cinénova Grande 7-Channel Amplifier

by January 09, 2006
Filed under: Amplifiers

Earthquake Sound Corporation announced the long anticipated arrival of the Cinénova Grande 7. Using specified teroidal transformers and high-grade capacitors; this amplifier has claimed higher stability and larger reserves of power. Each channel performs through 7 discreet monaural blocks at 328 watts with an 8-ohm load. Using the amp in 4-ohm and 2-ohm loads allows up to a 1,000 watts per channel.

Main Features: - Independent removable amplification blocks (EZXS detachable monaural blocks) - 5.1 and 7.1 configurations - Balanced XLR inputs per channel - 12-Volt trigger - Integrated low and high-pass variable filters - 20Hz-5kHz switch per channel - Thermal protection against overheating - Speaker protection against DC frequencies below 10Hz - Protection against short circuits, device failures, miss wiring and internal faults

Power Rating per channel : (8-ohm load), all channels driven: 300 watts; (4-ohm load), all channels driven: 600 watts; (2-ohm load), all channels driven: 1000 watts  
Freq. Response @ W +0.1dB : 20 Hz to 20kHz
Channel separation : greater than 95dB
Max. Input voltage : 1.9 volts
Input impedance : 27,000 ohms
MSRP : $5,999.00

For more information, visit www.earthquakesound.com .

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