Woodinville, WA (February 23, 2006)–Mackie has premiered its M-Series line of power amplifiers. The series is available in three configurations: the M-2000, M-3000 and M-4000, delivering 2000W, 3000W and 4000W of Class-H power, respectively.
Mackie’s M-4000 power amplifierThe amps have been equipped with features including a design that utilizes 2- and 3-rail Class-H circuitry, as well as Mackie’s proprietary Baker Clamp-based Fast Recovery circuitry to prevent harmonic distortion. M-Series amplifiers also benefit from Mackie’s exclusive Adaptive Slewing technology said to allow the amplifier to pass transient attacks–like a kick or snare drum–without the distortion associated with traditional Class H designs.
With up to 50 percent more output transistors, the Mackie M-Series amplifiers deliver increased power and better headroom, as well as resistive loading of all stages and fully complementary/differential design from input to output. The result is an amplifier with higher power and lower distortion.