Audac launches AMP22 mini stereo amplifier

Audac has introduced the AMP22 mini stereo amplifier. The AMP22 is a direct successor to the AMP20 and is compatible with the rest of the Audac range. Perfect for small installations where relatively low power is required, these compact-sized power amplifiers offer multiple control and source connectivity possibilities.

The AMP22 is a mini stereo power amplifier with a power rating of 2 x 15 Watt, that lends itself to small speaker systems requiring compact and economical audio systems. It is suitable for applications such as classrooms, offices and meeting rooms where only a small amount of speakers are required.

The compact size makes it suitable to be hidden in a closet, on a false ceiling or mounted under a desk or table. The combination of the stereo balanced line, with microphone input, makes it suited for applications where it should be used in combination with projection screens and video sources while a microphone is connected. Two gain potentiometers make it possible to control the sensitivity and balance between music and speech, while a switch allows bridging of the output channels to obtain one channel with merged output power.

A remote wall mixer can be connected for applications where local mixing for the inputs is desirable, while large distances can be covered between the source and amplifier using simple CAT5E or higher twisted pair cabling. The volume controller input allows the connection of an additional wall controller for overall volume control.

The Class-D amplifier technology, standby mode and included switching power supply makes this device compliant to the highest energy efficiency and environmental requirements. A variety of optionally available mounting brackets for the AUDAC S-Box product range are allowing desk, closet or 19-in equipment rack installation.

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