Las Vegas, NV (June 9, 2016)—The new Bose PowerShare adaptable power amplifier line consists of three 1U models: two- and four-channel fixed-install models (PS602 and PS604) and one two-channel portable amplifier (PS602P).
Each model delivers 600 watts of power that can be shared across all output channels. With support for both low- and high-impedance loads up to 100 V, PowerShare amplifiers adapt to a range of applications.
Onboard configurable loudspeaker processing and direct access to zone controllers reportedly eliminate the need for an additional signal processor in many installations.
PowerShare amplifiers employ the Dual Feedback Loop system, inherited from the Bose PowerMatch amplifier line, which provide continuous monitoring and control of both the current and voltage delivered to each output load. This combination reportedly provides improved linearity and lower distortion, as well as loudspeaker protection. Additionally, each channel can be configured for low-impedance (4-8 Ω) or high-impedance (70/100V) applications without bridging, use of jumpers or software settings.
For applications requiring additional signal processing, the PowerShare Editor software offers real-time selection and control of Bose loudspeaker EQs, 9-band PEQs, mixing, crossover, limiters, delay, and mute/output polarity through a USB connection. For basic setups without a PC, rear-panel settings allow installers to recall Bose loudspeaker equalization and protection per output channel.