TOA Introduces High-Powered BG-2000 Mixer Amp -

TOA Introduces High-Powered BG-2000 Mixer Amp

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The What: TOA has introduced a new mixer amplifier, the BG-2240D-AM, which represents the most powerful model to date in the BG-2000 Series.

The What Else: Sporting a 240-watt (at 70V) Class D amplifier, the BG-2240D-AM is more efficient and cooler-running than conventional amplifiers and is also lighter weight, according to the company. Beyond these upgrades, the BG-2240D-AM has the same basic feature set as the other BG-2000 models, including dual-balanced priority mic/line inputs, dual unbalanced line inputs for BGM sources, assignable second zone/MOH output, front panel bass and treble controls, remote volume control port, assignable mute function, and a module option slot that accepts any of a range of compatible 900 Series input and special-function modules.

The Bottom Line: The BG-2240D is designed for integrators who need a compact, yet powerful solution for larger retail and hospitality spaces. It offers higher power without the excessive, more expensive features often associated with higher-powered models. The BG-2240D is scheduled to begin shipping in August of 2016.


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Danley Introduces New Amp and DSP

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