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Kramer endures the highs and lows

Kramer endures the highs and lows

Kramer endures the highs and lows

The PA-240Net features a flat frequency response and is designed to provide low distortion levels

Kramer has designed its PA-240Net amplifier for a wide variety of AV installations with selectable high-Z (70V/100V) or low-Z (4Ω/8Ω) power. The versatile power unit also features built-in DSP and auto-standby functionality, as well as an additional balanced stereo line-level output.

The PA-240Net features a flat frequency response and is designed to provide low distortion levels. The manufacturer states that switching between low-Z and high-Z means that the amplifier can accommodate ‘any type’ of loudspeaker installation. Users can select one channel of 240W into a 70V/100V line or two channels of 120W into 4Ω/8Ω. In addition, Dante compatibility allows the PA-240Net to connect to any Dante-enabled system.

The ½ 19-inch unit supports an independent input mix with master volume, three-band parametric EQ and selectable high-pass filter from each output. It includes a 32-bit advanced digital analogue converter architecture to achieve excellent dynamic performance and improved tolerance to clock jitter and maintains the quality of the original audio signal with selectable sampling rates of up to 96kHz. It can be locally controlled via RS-232 serial commands or remotely through embedded web pages over Ethernet.

Alongside the PA-240Net, Kramer has released the PA-120Net, with many of the same features. The PA-120Net amplifier also offers selectable high-Z (70V/100V) or low-Z (4Ω/8Ω) power. However, users have the choice between one channel of 120W into a 70V/100V line or two channels of 60W into 4Ω/8Ω.


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