QSC today announces new network power amplifiers for the Q-SYS Ecosystem.
As a native peripheral of the Q-SYS Ecosystem, The CX-Q Series network amplifiers can take advantage of network routing capabilities as well as advanced processing, control, monitoring and loudspeaker output load. These amplifiers also assist Q-SYS in deploying signature QSC technologies like Intrinsic Correction, which maximizes QSC loudspeaker performance and protection.
CX-Q Series network amplifiers utilize Class-D hybrid powertrain design built upon the dependable PL380 PowerLight amplifier platform. They also feature two QSC amplifier innovations — FlexAmp and FAST (Flexible Summing Amplifier Technology) that combine to offer superior fluid power distribution options in a single amplifier.
FlexAmp allows for asymmetric output channel loading by drawing from large power reserves and distributing customized output power levels per channel. FAST allows channels to be combined to deliver either higher voltage loads (up to 200 Vrms output) or higher current loads (up to 35 amps). Together, these technologies help expedite installation while decreasing overall system cost by reducing wasted power and channels.
Both four- and eight-channel models include “Q” versions, with network inputs as well as routable mic/line audio inputs that provide additional on-ramps to the Q-SYS Ecosystem, as well as “Qn” versions, that feature only network audio inputs to reduce system cost when additional inputs are unnecessary.
QSC will showcase the CX-Q Series network amplifiers for the first time at ISE 2019 in Amsterdam at its stand 7-R200. More of what QSC is showing at ISE can be found here.