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EV Launches Tour-Grade Amplifiers

Burnsville, MN (September 8, 2006)--Electro-Voice has launched its concert sound amplifiers: Tour-Grade. The TG-7 packs 7kW into a 2U, 33-lb. package, while the smaller TG-5 serves up nearly 4kW of output power. Tour-Grade amplifiers use a 3-step, Class-H, grounded-bridge design. The microprocessor-controlled amplifiers have a front-panel LCD screen for setup and monitoring.
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Burnsville, MN (September 8, 2006)--Electro-Voice has launched its concert sound amplifiers: Tour-Grade. The TG-7 packs 7kW into a 2U, 33-lb. package, while the smaller TG-5 serves up nearly 4kW of output power. Tour-Grade amplifiers use a 3-step, Class-H, grounded-bridge design. The microprocessor-controlled amplifiers have a front-panel LCD screen for setup and monitoring.
EV's TG-7 Tour-Grade amplifierAll Tour-Grade models have a rear module slot that accepts DSP and remote-control modules for IRIS-Net. The first available module is RCM26, a 96 kHz, 2-channel DSP with a dynamic range of 116 dB and AES/EBU inputs that allow the use of "zero-latency" FIR and linear-phase FIR filters, in addition to conventional IIR filters. It features the same system supervision that monitors individual components via impedance measurement--a feature found in the P3000RL. Later this year, the RCM28 will be available, allowing for CobraNet interfaces.

Electro-Voice
www.electrovoice.com