Earthquake Sound Unveils XJ-300FR Amplifier

Earthquake Sound has unveiled its new XJ-300FR amplifier.   Earthquake's special XJ technology allows for a unique 2.1 configuration. With the XJ-300FR, it is possible to connect a third speaker between the 2 main channels. This matrix mono channel plays the combined content of both channel
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Earthquake Sound has unveiled its new XJ-300FR amplifier.

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Earthquake's special XJ technology allows for a unique 2.1 configuration. With the XJ-300FR, it is possible to connect a third speaker between the 2 main channels. This matrix mono channel plays the combined content of both channels — useful for powering 2 satellites and a subwoofer.

Adding to this flexibility comes the new patented EQ Interlock design: two amplifiers can be clicked together resulting in a 4 channel amplifier using only 1 rack U of space.

The XJ-300FR amplifiers can be used as mono (bridged) amplifiers, 2.1 channel amplifiers, 2-channel amplifiers, 4/8/12 and 16 channel amplification.

To begin any size installation, all the installer or avid user needs is a given number of XJ-300FR amplifiers. There is no need to buy a cumbersome mix of different amplifiers to achieve a certain number of channels or power level.

Approaching 99 percent efficiency, the XJ amp never gets hot, the company says, and can be placed in a tight rack with components on all sides.

The XJ-300FR produces 110 Watts RMS at 8 ohms per channel and 300 Watts RMS bridged into 4 ohm. The switching frequency of the output and the voltage of the power supply are modulated in real time based on the frequency and amplitude content of the input.

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