Crown Audio Xti 2 Series


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Crown Audio XTi 2 Series

Amplifiers for portable PA

Offering increased control, an enhanced feature set and a sleeker design, the XTi 2 Series amplifiers provide a complete suite of integrated speaker processing, featuring PeakX Plus limiters. A subharmonic synthesizer offers more accurate control over which frequencies are targeted and can be tailored for a specific system or room setup. Advanced Thermal Control gives the ability to tailor the fan performance to their specific application. XTi 2 also increases the amount of presets a user can save and recall from 20 to 30. Enhancing power management, a new status section on the amplifier allows for the monitoring of power supply temperature and ac line voltage.
800-342-6939
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