Contemporary Research 232-Amp+
This compact, programmable mixer/amplifier aimed at integration with flat-panel displays and video projectors, hass been updated with more audio power. The versatile amp features a stereo line-level display/projector audio input and two mono aux inputs, and outputs stereo sound at 32/40W RMS. The aux inputs mix levels with the stereo input, and can be set to mute or lower other inputs when active. The Class D amplifier is highly energy-efficient, using 90 percent of dc power for amplification, operating with very little heat, and consuming almost no power at all when quiet.
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