Bose Professional has expanded its line of PowerShare adaptable power amplifiers with two new models – the Dante-integrated PS404D and PS604D, joining the recently introduced models with AmpLink connectivity, the PS404A and PS604A.

Bose PS404D and PS604DWith the release of PowerShare adaptable power amplifiers in 2016, Bose Professional gave installers the freedom to put amplifier power where it’s needed and waste less of an amplifier’s drive potential where it’s not. ‘The notion of a multichannel amplifier that breaks free from the fixed-power-per-channel architecture has been well received,’ says Bose Amplifier Product Line Manager, Ashraf Elghamrawi. ‘Integrators told us that ‘power-sharing’ makes their projects more responsive, and they asked for digital input options for even more flexibility.’

Answering the call, Bose Professional has added these four new digital models.

The PS404D (400W divisible into four channels) and PS604D (600W divisible into four channels) PowerShare amplifiers feature integrated Dante audio networking for increased connectivity flexibility, while giving installers the freedom to place the amplifier away from the source. The recently introduced PS404A and PS604A offer AmpLink connectivity. AmpLink is Bose Pro’s in-rack Cat5/6 digital audio distribution solution and is supported in their latest DSP units. The Dante models allow mixed inputs using either digital or onboard analogue audio connections.


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