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Water and electricity mix well for Ashly

Water and electricity mix well for Ashly
The CA Series

Water and electricity mix well for Ashly

The CA Series is based on a Class-D design

Ashly Audio has created the CA and FA Series of amplifiers.

Featuring three two-channel and three four-channel models in 500W, 1,000W and 1,500W per channel (at 4Ω) versions, the CA Series is based on a Class-D design. In addition, all six amplifiers are designed for stable operation at 2Ω and 70V. Each unit incorporates Ashly’s D-MAX proprietary power supply design and energy management systems plus advanced control system implementation. Dynamic Power-Factor Correction assists the power utilisation efficiency by tracking fluctuations in current, rather than just sampling at the peaks. Furthermore, the SailFlow cooling design feature introduces a bilateral air-cooling system to maintain a low operational temperature. Euroblock and XLR combo connectors come as standard.

The FA Series
The FA Series

Designed to provide versatility in a compact solution, the FA Series of 1U lightweight amplifiers can be fixed to walls or under desks. The FA Series comprises half-rack four-channel (125W) and two-channel (125W) configurations in addition to a full 1U model. All three amplifiers are convection cooled and are Energy Star rated.

Meanwhile, to save time and costs for both the SI and the end-user, Ashly has developed the intuitive AquaControl software to power future Ashly solutions. The browser-based software is operable without an app for the new lineup of web-enabled products.

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