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Audio Amplifiers

Every unique signal coming from your sound system, headed for a loudspeaker, must have its own amplifier!
That’s because various loudspeakers within a sound system will require different amounts of power. Unique output signals are often being routed several places. Maybe you are powering matching (stereo) signals. Amps with only one channel might be “dedicated” to drive mono signal to one speaker component; three-channels are needed to send separate powered signals to the components of a 3-way speaker (high, mid, low) or 2-way plus subwoofer. Amps with more channels are made for surround sound, “zone distribution” systems, and other applications. Power is most often listed “per channel.” Channels are most often used separately, such as for stereo left and right (two mono channels), independent stage monitor mixes, and “bi-amped” or tri-amped speaker systems with discreet signals for horns (high) / drivers (mid) / subwoofers (low).

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