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Crest Audio CC™ 5500 Power Amplifier

Crest Audio is boosting the power of its successful CC™ Series amplifiers with the new flagship CC 5500. Based on powerful, proven Crest Audio Pro 200™ Series technology and utilizing a linear power supply, the CC 5500 delivers 5,500 watts of clean power for main systems, monitors and subwoofers.

Built on the solid foundation of legendary Crest Audio amplifier designs, CC Series power amps provide tremendous value in pro amplifier technology. CC Series amps deliver world-class power with exceptional sound quality and value for mobile DJs, working bands, club owners, churches and more. Utilizing advanced production techniques and Crest Audio-designed toroidal transformers for consistent, robust output, the CC Series exemplifies the Crest tradition for solid, reliable and innovative power amp designs.

All CC Series amplifiers are built with tunnel-cooled heat sinks, variable-speed DC fans and extensive protection circuitry for superior efficiency into difficult loads and power conditions. In the Crest Audio tradition, the CC 5500 also boasts more power devices (16 per channel) than any competitive amplifier, plus a switched-rail class H output stage and triple-compound design to provide low distortion and excellent thermal stability.

The CC 5500 is available now from authorized Crest Audio dealers.

  • 5,500 watts into 4 ohms in Bridged Mono mode
  • 2,750 watts per channel into 2 ohms
  • 1,800 watts per channel into 4 ohms
  • 1,150 watts per channel into 8 ohms
  • Temperature control via two back-to-front, variable-speed DC fans
  • Combination XLR and 1/4″ TRS inputs
  • Binding posts and Speakon® outputs
  • ACL, signal, active and temp LED indicators
  • 2RU
  • 47 lbs.

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Posted by on 27/04/2011 in Crest Audio

 

Crest Audio Pro 9200 series

Design Focus
The Pro 200 Series professional power amplifiers offer Crest’s renowned sonic integrity while providing exceptionally high power ratings (6500 W bridged on the Pro 9200) in a compact, lightweight (under 25 lbs.) 2U package. The Pro 200 Series amps feature Automatic Clip Limiting (ACL) to protect connected drivers; IGM Impedance Sensing to accommodate varying impedance outputs; tunnel-cooled, high efficiency heat sinksl and veriable-speed DC fans to limit the operating temperature and extend amplifier life.

Features

  • 8 Ohm Stereo – 1300 W
  • 4 Ohm Stereo – 2200 W
  • 2 Ohm Stereo – 3250 W
  • 4 Ohm Bridged – 6500 W
  • Dramatically reduced net weight
  • Latest generation of high speed, wide-bandwidth output devices
  • Twin-tunnel cooling with back-to-front air flow
  • Dual, rear-mounted, continuous variable-speed fans
  • Balanced male and femal XLR inputs with switch-configurable XLR polarity and sensitivity selection
  • Speakon(r) and five-way binding post output connectors
  • Ground-lift switch
  • Front panel circuit breaker switch
 
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Posted by on 26/04/2011 in Crest Audio

 

Crest Audio CA 2

Big Power with sound best in the one Power amplifier…..

 
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Posted by on 29/07/2010 in Crest Audio

 

Crest Audio CA 18

Crest Audio, Inc is an American company that produces professional sound equipment, including audio mixers, power amplifiers, and loudspeakers. Crest Audio was acquired by Peavey Electronics in 1999, and has since been based in Meridian, Mississippi. The company has an international network of distributors.

History

The company was founded in the late 1970s to build power amplifiers for the tour sound industry. The first amplifier, the P3500, delivered 475 watts-per-channel in a chassis that occupied a two-rack space at a time when competitors were offering 400 watts in a four-rack space. In 1983, the 4001 amplifier was the first to provide two-ohms in a three-rack space chassis. Four years later the 8001 power amplifier became an industry standard concert sound amplifier. It was superseded by the 8002 model in 1998.

In 1989, Crest audio diversified into mixing consoles with its Gamble EX series. Two years later the company introduced NexSys, a computer-based network amplifier control system that became the basis of a range that addresses every aspect of installation configuration and control.

 
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Posted by on 28/07/2010 in Crest Audio

 
 
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