Earthquake Sound Releases XJ-1000FR DSP Amplifier

February 1, 2013
Earthquake Sound has released the XJ-1000FR, a high fidelity stereo amplifier with a built-in DSP.
Earthquake XJ1000FR
According to the company, the XJ-1000FR is ideal for full range stereo reproduction, powering up subwoofers, and many other applications.

The XJ-1000FR offers six preset equalizers: flat, music, movie, dynamic, impact, and a user mode. In user mode, a programmable 30-band equalizer is available for ultimate sound customization. Variable LPF (low pass filter) and HPF (high pass filter) are available for increased music customization. DSP settings can be saved in three memory storage areas and can be recalled as needed.

Controls are made easy via front panel switches, via a full featured remote control, and through a computer or a lap-top. The included software package allows user to pre-program and change settings and functions using any computer; the USB port is located on the back panel of the amplifier. Built-in Left/Right Low Level Inputs and Left/Right XLR Balanced Inputs accommodate for a wide range of signals; thus adding to the versatility of the XJ-1000FR.

A full featured remote control integrates the ON/OFF control, Function keys, Mute control, Preset EQ modes Selector, Store hot key, and the Recall hot key. The XJ-1000FR is built with the Earthquake patented Class “J” “Green Technology” circuitry, combining high efficiency and power.

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