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Power Amplifiers

Power Amps for Live Applications

A power amplifier is an electronic device that increases the strength of an audio signal. It takes a low-level audio signal from a source such as a mixer, and amplifies it to a level that is high enough to drive a speaker. The main purpose of a power amplifier is to deliver the electrical power needed to drive a loudspeaker and produce sound.

Power Amplifiers are a critical component in any audio system, as the quality of the amplifier can significantly impact the overall sound quality.