The Extron XTRA™ Series XPA 2002 is a 1U, convection-cooled power amplifier delivering two channels of 200 watts rms for high impedance applications. This professional grade amplifier features a 100 dB signal-to-noise ratio with 0.1% THD+N. The XPA 2002 is an ENERGY STAR® qualified amplifier with an Extron exclusive, highly efficient, advanced Class D amplifier design. It also features patented CDRS™ - Class D Ripple Suppression technology that provides a smooth, clean audio waveform and an improvement in signal fidelity over conventional Class D amplifiers. The XPA 2002 is half the size of comparable amplifiers, conserving rack space and weighing only 9 lbs (4 kg). The Extron exclusive, high efficiency design generates very little heat and allows the amplifier to be convection cooled.
The XPA 2002-100V two channel amplifier delivers 200 watts rms per channel for 100 volt high impedance speaker systems in voice reinforcement and distributed audio applications.
Professional Integration Features
The XPA 2002 has an ultra low inrush current draw to prevent power circuit overload that occurs when multiple amplifiers are switched on simultaneously. This feature eliminates the need for power sequencing in systems with multiple amplifiers in large centralized equipment racks, and prevents other equipment from experiencing power interruption from associated power surges. The amplifier also features a very low thermal dissipation of 30 watts or 102 BTU/hr, under full load, to keep racks and equipment cabinets cool.
The XPA 2002 is housed in a compact 1U, full rack width enclosure. It accepts balanced and unbalanced input signals and includes recessed, detented level controls located on the rear panel to prevent tampering. These controls allow for adjusting audio system gain structure, or setting individual levels for each zone. Additionally, the XPA 2002 includes multiple protection circuits that momentarily activate when an abnormal condition, such as overheating, is detected. An advanced, automatic clip limiter protects speakers from clipping distortion.