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The CP700 from Atlas Sound is a professional grade, dual channel power amplifier specifically designed for demanding contractor applications. Two independent channels are driven by separate power supplies, ensuring maximum channel separation and ultra low distortion.
The amplifier features toroidal output transformers, chosen for their extended frequency response, while providing true transformer output isolation. XLR and barrier strip inputs are provided along with XLR pass through connectors. For improved security, the dual, stepped attenuators for each channel are mounted on the rear of the amplifier.
The CP700 is the perfect choice for distributed paging/background-music systems, foreground music systems and distributed sound masking applications. It is also suitable for installation in night clubs, theaters, portable sound systems and anywhere clean high-fidelity audio amplification is needed.
Dual-channel, rack-mount power amplifier
Independent power supplies
Soft clip limiter protection
Dual-speed, high efficiency fan cooling
Stepped attenuators mounted on the rear for security
Stereo, bridge, or parallel operating modes selectable via rear mounted switch
Balanced inputs on barrier strip and XLR connectors
Loop through feature on male XLRs, one per channel input
Short-circuit, temperature and DC offset protection
25V, 70.7V, 100V and direct coupled (2,4 and 8Ω) outputs mounted on barrier strips with covers for safety
Toroidal output transformers provide extended high frequency response and effectively lower the electrical interference