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Source: PRO AV Magazine
Publication date: January 1, 2006
By Pro AV Staff Balanced isolation transformer
Furman Sound has released the IT-20 II balanced isolation transformer, which is targeted for use in critical, low-noise applications. The unit can supply 20 amps of balanced AC power with more than 80 dB of common-mode noise reduction from a frequency range of 20 Hz to 20 kHz. The IT-20 II features a switchable ground isolator, a laboratory-grade digital voltmeter, and Furman's proprietary Linear Filtering Technology, which reduces transverse noise, according to the company. Price: $1,799. Availability: February. For more information, see Furman Sound at NAMM booth 6874, or contact the company at 707-763-1010 or at www.furmansound.com. Self-powered loudspeakers
QSC Audio has released the HPR Series of self-powered loudspeakers for live sound applications. The HPR152F (pictured here) two-way, bi-amplified loudspeaker system features a 15-inch cone transducer, a 3-inch voice coil, a 1.75-inch diaphragm, and 500 W continuous power. The HPR153F three-way, horn-loaded loudspeaker offers a 15-inch cone transducer, a 3-inch voice coil, a 6.5-inch midrange, a 1.4-inch diaphragm compression driver, and 600 W continuous power. The HPR151W subwoofer includes a 15-inch cone transducer, a 3-inch voice coil, and a frequency response down to 43 Hz. The HPR181W subwoofer features an 18-inch cone transducer, a 4-inch voice coil, and a frequency response down to 39 kH...
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