AudioControl Now Shipping New RS Series Subwoofer Amps

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AudioControl Now Shipping New RS Series Subwoofer Amps


AudioControl has announced that it's now shipping its RS 1000 and RS 500 subwoofer amplifiers to custom installation pros. Both amps have IP and IR control, as well as loop outputs and AudioControl's DSP engine. The 2U RS 1000 and the 1U RS 500 deliver 1000 and 500 watts, respectively,  into 4- or 8-Ohm subwoofers and will also work with 2-ohm subs.

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AudioControl (audiocontrol.com) is now shipping the RS 1000 and RS 500 subwoofer amplifiers to technology integrators and home theater specialists worldwide.

The Ultimate Subwoofer Amplifiers

The AudioControl RS 1000 and RS 500 are the ultimate bass amplification solutions for any home cinema, multi-zone audio or 2-channel music system. The RS 1000 delivers 1000 watts from a 2U chassis into a 4 or 8-Ohm subwoofer, and the RS 500 delivers 500 watts from a 1U chassis into a 4 or 8-Ohm subwoofer. Both RS Series amplifiers deliver the ultimate control of any subwoofer system thanks to high power and rock-solid stability, even into 2 ohms. Like many AudioControl products, RS Series subwoofer amplifiers accommodate the needs of integrators with IP and IR control as well as loop outputs with an optional high-pass filter along with a balanced and unbalanced input. These features, coupled with the limitless adjustability of AudioControl's multi-award-winning DSP engine that puts graphic and parametric EQs, a crossover along with delay and phase controls at easy access for precise calibration and tuning, make the RS Series amplifiers a definitive choice to power any subwoofer in entertainment systems that demand the very best.

"Our network of integrators all around the world has expressed enthusiasm for these products and we are thrilled to be shipping both new models," explained AudioControl CEO Alex Camara. "We are very confident that the RS Series, featuring an elegant industrial design that matches our new G4 Series amplifiers, will provide integrators with the most complete multi-zone entertainment and home cinema solution set ever from AudioControl."

Always There for Integrators with the Finest Solutions Available

AudioControl has a 40-plus year history of creating award-winning Made in USA products for integrators and backing them up with superior customer service as well as a 5-year warranty. Engineered and manufactured in Seattle, WA, the RS 500 amplifier is yet another example of a best-in-class, innovative product design from AudioControl.


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