Stealth Acoustics will debut the SA2400 at CEDIA in Denver at the end of the month. The SA2400 is a dual-channel amplifier with built-in DSP. Rated at over 450 watts RMS per channel, the SA2400 utilizes Stealth’s Class A/B output stage coupled to a traditional high-current power supply. It also uses the Stealth Signal Management System (SSMS) that allows for complete per-channel programming of DSP features, including 11 bands of fully parametric EQ; high / low pass filters with variable slopes; fully programmable limiters; delay and phase controls. All SSMS functions may be programmed from the front panel, or by using Stealth’s free SSMS software via USB connection to the amplifier. The SSMS includes loadable pre-set optimization tunings for many of Stealth invisible and environmental speakers. Or, dealers may create and store their own favouite tunings for easy recall.
Inputs include balanced XLR, un-balanced RCA and speaker level connections, all of which have associated pass-through connectors as well as an optical audio input.