Ashly unveils new amp series

AUTHOR: Inavate

Ashly Audio has unveiled a new series of amplifiers for professional audio and fixed performance installations, the KLR Series.

The two-channel amps range from 1000 to 2000 watts per channel at two ohms.

The KLR-2000, KLR-3200, and KLR-4000 deliver two, four or eight ohm loads in bridged, stereo, or parallel mono modes. Each unit uses a Switch Mode Power Supply. The output topography of the KLR-2000 and KLR-3200 are Class-AB, whereas the KLR-4000 is a two-step Class-H design. The amplifiers include output over-current protection, DC output protection, chassis internal temperature monitoring, inrush limiting, and a mains circuit breaker.

Front panels include individual input attenuators, forced air inflow vents with removable dust filters, a power switch, and LEDs for power, signal, clip, and protection. The rear panel includes a three-position gain switch (1V, 32 dB or 26 dB sensitivity), a three-position mode switch (bridged, stereo, or parallel mono), a three-position high-pass filter switch (30 Hz, 50 Hz or off), a limiter switch (on/off), and air outflow vents. Inputs include balanced three-pin Euroblock and a combination XLR/ ¼-inch tip-ring-sleeve. Output connections are Neutrik Speakon. The power cord is permanently attached.