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Pro Series 10001

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The Crest Audio 10001 is an extremely high-power amplifierdesigned to meet the most stringent needs of professional use inconcert touring, high quality sound reinforcement, and professionalfixed installations.Crest Audio's Power Density? engineering philosophy allows the10001 to have one of the highest power-to-weight ratios availableat any price, while maintaining superior performance. The 10001is fully compatible in design with the other Crest AudioProfessional Series amplifiers, Cre...

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Pro Series 10001 Amp Rack Units

...ries amplifiers, Crest Audio's Octal Socket
Accessories, and the NexSys computer-controlled audio system.
A four rack-space amplifier, the 10001 uses forced-air to cool
channel heat sinks mounted in a back-to-back tunnel configuration.
Stereo, parallel, and bridged mono modes are chosen with a
rear-panel Mode Select switch. Actively balanced XLR input
connections and solderless output connectors are provided for
each channel.
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Crest Audio Amp Rack Units

Not all audio components are created equally. Crest Audio has always striven to produce components which embody the finest audio quality and most rugged physical constructionâ??regardless of cost. This design philosophy results in products which always exceed the audio specifications and physical demands of their target application. Crest Audio components could be designed with lower cost in mind, but now without sacrificing the excellence of our brand has come to represent. This difference is clearly audible when placing our products in A/B comparisons with competitors. Hands-on industry experience and research invests every aspect of the Crest Audio enterprise. Our engineering efforts are driven by a mandate to create products tailored to clearly defined applications and which apply proven technologies to well-researched user needs. Such real-world input ensures responsive product development and results in audio components with intelligent feature-sets, transparent user-interfaces, and intuitive control surfaces. Engineering is meaningless without quality construction. Crest Audio insists upon superior build quality employing the finest chassis design, components, mechanical construction, assembly, and quality control. We are so certain about the quality of our products that we offer five-year warranty protection in the U.S. and many other countries. Expert customer service and the industry's finest technical support complete the experience of owning and using Crest Audio productsâ??trusted by professionals the world over.
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Amp Rack Units

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