AudioControl has launched its new Architect Model 210ES, which the company will exhibit at CEDIA EXPO in booth #1521.
The Architect Model 210ES comes from a demand by dealers and installers for a high-power amplifier that can drive up to eight speakers (stable into 2 ohms) boasting 240 watts per channel from a two-channel distributed audio system combined with low energy usage.
The Architect Model 210ES takes into account the requirements of homeowners for more energy efficient solutions that reduce heat emissions, energy consumption and allow for greater utilization of rack space. The Architect Model 210ES meets stringent Energy Star 2 requirements consuming less than 1 watt during standby while not compromising on any aspect of amplifier performance.
Chris Kane, director Of sales for AudioControl, announced that “we are very proud to be leading the way with our launch of the Architect Model 210ES. It is the perfect amplifier for distributed audio systems as its huge power reserves make it ideal for use in large spaces or zones that require the use of multiple speakers, while, at the same time, delivering the best sound quality combined with leading edge energy performance.”
Kane also stated that “A recent study by the CEA concludes that more than 80 percent of consumers say that the electricity consumption of a device is key in their decision to buy electronics and AudioControl is leading the way in meeting this need through our Energy Star certification and our best in breed Architect Amplifiers.”