Professional sound engineers, studio pros and performers expect a high standard of excellence in the gear they use. Technical Pro has consistently been providing these individuals with exactly that…professional equipment that is built to last and built to perform. This high level of quality can also be found in their professional grade amplifiers. Their latest addition is the PX3000 2U Professional 2CH Power Amplifier.
The PX3000 pushes out a whopping 3000 watts of peak power. This is the type of power needed to power professional studio monitors, small stage sound systems, a DJ’s mobile rig or a lounge or small club’s speaker system. It gives you the power you need and while achieving a clear and crisp sound output. The inputs are RCA connectors making it easy to connect any standard equipment. The outputs are Banana Binding Post which are also an industry standard allowing you to connect to almost any speaker system. Connecting to and from this amplifier is a simple task! And the sound quality it provides will make sure your audience knows you are professional using professional audio gear!
* Voltage -110v
* Peak Power -3000 Watts
* Inputs -RCA and XLR
* Input Impedance -10 k ohm unbalanced
* Frequency Response -20 Hz- 20 KHz
* Signal to Noise Ratio -79 dB
* Built- in Fan -Yes
Like all of Technical Pro’s amplifiers the PX3000 is built to hold up under pressure. This unit will give you the sound output you need in crowded clubs, stages, and studios. It can be connected to any standard studio or mobile rack with ease!
The front panel of the PX3000 has two knobs for each channel to control the volume level. In addition there are iridescent blue meters to show your level readings. This is not only extremely useful to gauge your levels but also looks very stylish in a dark space! The front panel also holds the power button. This is a very useful feature if you place this unit on a rack….there is no need to climb behind your gear to turn this one on and off! There is also a clipping level feature which lights up red to warn when clipping levels are reached…one fast glance to the front panel and you will see your input is at a proper level.