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460 CSL Amp Rack UnitsCSL amplifiers are compact, professional stereo power amplifiers engineered to meet the most demanding sound reinforcement needs. They compare very favorably to more expensive amplifiers, providing
uncolored sound and signal-to-noise ratios more commonly
associated with Recording studios.
Crown Amp Rack UnitsCrown international Manufacturer of power amplifiers, microphones, and processing for the professional audio industry.
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