Powersoft Launches New Quattrocanali Series at ISE

Powersoft has again chosen ISE to launch its new four-channel Quattrocanali Series, with three different models: the Quattrocanali 4804 is 1,200 watts per channel @ 8 ohm, 1,500 watts per channel @ 2 ohm, 3,000 watts bridged @ 4 ohms; the Quattrocanali 2404 is 600 watts per channel @ 8 ohm, 800 watts per channel @ 2 ohm, 1,200 watts bridged @ 4 ohms; and the Quattrocanali 1204 is 300 watts per channel @ 8 ohm, 500 watts per channel @ 2 ohm, 1,000 watts bridged @ 4 ohms. This completes the Powersoft Installation Series that includes Duecanali (two-channel) and Ottocanali (eight-channel) series.

This new 1RU four-channel amplifier platform claims to have sustained output volume and they are aiming it for applications such as bars, restaurants, retail outlets and fitness centres. It features a switch-mode power supply with power factor correction, smart rail management and bridgeable switch mode fixed frequency Class D output circuit topology.

Quattrocanali is available in both DSP and non-DSP versions, both fully remote controllable via standard GPI/O connections on the back panel, Powersoft’s proprietary Armonìa software, dedicated web app, or third party application. Remote operation on the Quattrocanali is available via the web app and Armonìa, enabling the user to access all the amplifier’s functions from a decentralized location, further reducing the need for personnel on station. It seamlessly integrates within a networking environment, making monitoring and operation capabilities remotely accessible.

Remote access to the Quattrocanali is available both through standard CatX cabled and Wi-Fi networks. Quattrocanali may be integrated within high impedance 70V-100V distributed line systems.

Here are all the specs.