Origin Acoustics Announces Line of Commercial-Grade Amplifiers

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Origin Acoustics just announced a new line of commercial-grade Origin Pro Amplifiers aimed at both high-end residential as well as commercial applications. Derived from the success of Origin Acoustics’ residential architectural loudspeakers, Origin Pro has taken the same product ethos toward the commercial installation market.

The Origin Pro full-matrix DSP-enabled amplifiers allow for two- and four-channel options with power output ranging from 60W-750W per channel and power both low-impedance and 70v/100v speakers.

Origin Pro Amplifiers will be available in 2U and 1U half-rack versions

  • 2U full-rack amplifiers deliver reliable total system power of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W and 3000W.
  • 1U ultra-compact, half-rack amplifiers offer a space-saving solution when high-output is needed in challenging installations with total system power ranging from 125W-500W. Automatic power-sharing technology in the 60W and 125W amplifiers proportionally distributes power in both Lo-Z and Hi-Z, providing the utmost flexibility in system configuration.

Origin Pro Amplifiers with Dante will also be available for large-scale, professional projects where low-latency and system-wide synchronization are imperative—concert venues, open-air shopping complexes, and houses of worship. Dante converges all connection types into one that is managed with software, allowing for creative design flexibility and expandability, seamless integration with other technologies, and reduced equipment costs.

A web app is built into all Origin Pro Amplifiers for easy system setup and customization by delivering DSP configuration options and tuning features, including multi-zone setup, input mixing, priority and ducking, restriction, input and output EQ, S/PDIF output routing, high-pass filter, speaker presets, delay, Sine generator, and more.

Origin will showcase a whopping 16 new Origin Pro Amplifiers at CEDIA 2023 (Origin Acoustics booth #2133), with products shipping this fall.