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Atlas Sound CP400 Strategy Series Power Amplifier Now Available
Posted on Monday, October 20, 2008
Atlas Sound CP400 Strategy Series Power Amplifier Now Available

 

Atlas Sound CP400 Strategy Series Power Amplifier Now Available
LOTS OF POWER, LOW COST, NOW SHIPPING

PHOENIX, AZ, October 20, 2008 - The new Strategy Series CP400 professional power amplifier from Atlas Sound is now shipping. This highly anticipated new model was first shown at InfoComm 2008 and complements the full line of Strategy Series amplifiers, equipped with versatile features, high power output, reliability, and an affordable price tag.

A truly adaptable, professional stereo power amplifier built around a pair of high quality toroidal transformers providing superior isolation in both stereo and bridged mono operation, the new Atlas Sound Strategy Series CP400 offers a variety of power options and it rated at 200 watts per channel for 70.7V operation. Conforming to UL 813 standards, the unit additionally features a 30-position stepped input gain control on its back panel, both terminal block and XLR inputs, and an automatic, dual-speed, high efficiency cooling fan. Based on the architecture of the robust CP700 amplifier from Atlas Sound, the CP400 is expressly built to meet the needs of today's system contractors. Its competitive price tag makes the benefits of true transformer output isolation obtainable in systems with budgets where it previously wasn't affordable.

The CP400 and the entire line of Strategy Series amplifiers from Atlas Sound are available exclusively from authorized dealers throughout the US and Canada. Additional information can be viewed online at www.atlassound.com.
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