Britannia Row Gets Outlined

London (October 17, 2007)--Britannia Row has purchased 84 of Outline's new T9 computer controlled amplifiers for its Butterfly inventory. The first outing for the new amplifier system was at London's Hammersmith Apollo for Decaydance, a sold-out, multi-band line-up featuring Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship and Gym Class Heroes. Left and right hangs of a dozen Butterfly hi-packs were used together with six Subtech 218s per side.
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London (October 17, 2007)--Britannia Row has purchased 84 of Outline's new T9 computer controlled amplifiers for its Butterfly inventory. The first outing for the new amplifier system was at London's Hammersmith Apollo for Decaydance, a sold-out, multi-band line-up featuring Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship and Gym Class Heroes. Left and right hangs of a dozen Butterfly hi-packs were used together with six Subtech 218s per side.

The T9 produces 2 x 4800/3000/1300 at 2/4/8 Ohms in a 1 unit rack space with a weight of only 12 Kilograms, other features include Ethernet, RS485, smart card settings, parameters and a power upgrade function. DSP cards can also be fitted for true control of every element of a Butterfly hi-pack. The software for system control monitors all functions and gives the operator total control via a laptop. The GUI shows thermal, impedance, mute, on-off status, grouping etc.

Outline together with Britannia Row have designed and built custom designed racks and patching and wiring infrastructure for the new system enabling for a myriad of configurations.

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