Las Vegas, NV (August 5, 2016)—Drawmer has released an unusually small stereo amplifier for use in studio monitoring system management.
Used between a monitor controller/pre-amp and a pair of Auratone Cubes, the Class-D amplifier reportedly delivers 2 5Wrms per channel into 8 ohms (50 Wrms per channel into 4 ohms); other features include thermal, overload and power up/power down protection and fault indication. In addition to working in stereo, the CPA-50 can also function as a 100 Wrms into 8 ohms Monoblock (set via internal jumpers), which allows the system to operate in bi-amped or bridged modes.
“The Drawmer CPA-50 is the perfect choice for powering small loudspeaker systems, such as the Auratone C5 Super Sound Cubes, that engineers routinely mix on or reference,” said Brad Lunde, founder and president of TransAudio Group, Drawmer’s U.S. distributor. “And it packs all its power and fidelity into a very small footprint: just six-and-a-half-inches square.”