Acurus Launches Acurus M4 Amplifier
Acurus launched a 2RU, four-channel, bridgeable, 200W Class D amplifier aimed at both home cinemas or multi-purpose media rooms. Acurus says the Acurus M4 boasts 200W per channel, all channels driven, with ultra-low noise and distortion using a Class D amplifier. The company also claims M4’s control is via trigger, IR, RS-232 and Ethernet.
The Acurus M4 is a match with the M8, a 200W eight-channel amplifier and the Muse 16-channel processor.
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