Turbosound has released a new range of digitally powered systems in its QLight Series. The three new models—the TQ-445DP three-way design in a trapezoidal cabinet, the TQ-310DP two-way system in a trapezoidal enclosure and the TQ-308DP trapezoidal two-way design—all employ new-generation Class-D power amplifiers, which incorporate DSP technology using a 96kHz sample rate.
Turbosound offers Class-D amplification in self-powered loudspeaker systems, and these additions to the Qlight Series utilize a new design of lightweight Class-D power amplifier module. The new models boast a 110dB dynamic range and are capable of operating at more than 90-percent overall efficiency. The design's use of pulse-width modulation techniques enables the new twin-channel module to run cooler than the more conventional Class-A/B types, removing the need for a heat sink and resulting in significant weight savings.
Turbosound's new amplifier module can be retrofitted to earlier Qlight powered systems and delivers 2x800 watts into 8 ohms. It features an ultrafast switch-mode power supply, with auto-sensing from 100V to 240V.
For more information on the TQ-445DP, TC-310DP or TQ-308DP, visit www.turbosound.com/showroom/tq445dp/index.html, www.turbosound.com/showroom/tq310dp/index.html or www.turbosound.com/showroom/tq310dp/index.html, respectively. For more new sound reinforcement products, visit mixonline.com/livesound/products.