Posted in news on June 21, 2017 2:13 pm EDT

Renkus-Heinz Introduces New SA Series Amplifiers

At the 2017 summertime InfoComm tradeshow in Orlando, Fla., Renkus-Heinz introduced its next generation of amplification. The company's SA Series amplifiers are designed to unite all Renkus-Heinz loudspeakers across unified connectivity and control platforms.











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By Church Designer Staff

Renkus-Heinz SA Series amplifiers are designed to provide the cleanest possible sound quality and performance, even with the most complex audio signals, the company reports. Making their debut with the new C and T Series point source loudspeakers, Renkus-Heinz SA Series amplifiers will ultimately enable all Renkus-Heinz loudspeaker models to be freely combined, offering full networking capabilities, RHAON II control and monitoring, and connection via a choice of analog, AES/EBU, or Dante single or redundant network input.

Renkus-Heinz SA Series amplifiers will be available in three models. The SA-625 amplifier outputs 500W + 125W; the SA-1250 outputs 1,000W + 250W; and the SA2000 delivers a total of 2,000W. With power to spare, SA Series amplifiers deliver more than enough wattage to easily drive additional loudspeakers, according to the company, and all models are equipped with output connections to power external drivers.

All SA Series amplifiers are equipped with native DSP, including delay, equalization, multi-channel limiting and noise reduction, with nine available preset memories. Connectivity configurations include analog input, as well as RHAON II control and monitoring, with networking connectivity in copper and optical formats.




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