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Two new high power amplifiers from Alto Professional, APX1000 and APX1500, are now shipping to pro audio retailers.

Cumberland, R.I.  (Oct. 5, 2011) – Alto Professional, the source for live performance  reinforcement gear, announces that two APX high-powered audio  amplifiers, APX1000 and APX1500 are now shipping to pro audio retailers.

The APX series of live sound amplifiers deliver high-powered, extremely accurate, low-noise performance at an  incredibly affordable price point. Utilizing modern digital technology,  APX amplifiers supply massive power with enough headroom to drive any  passive speaker. The APX line also contains low-noise cooling fans to  prevent overheating and high-current toroidal transformers for the  lowest possible noise floor. Input connections are provided in the form  of combo ¹⁄₄”-XLR. Level and clip indicators are provided for accurate performance monitoring.

The APX1000 delivers 1000 Watts at 8 ohms bridged mono, 2 x 250 Watts at 8 ohms or 2 x 400 watts at 4 ohms. The APX1500 high power amp provides 1500 Watts at 8 ohms bridged mono, 2 x 350 Watts at 8 ohms, or  2 x 550 Watts at 4 ohms. Both models weigh only 12.1 lbs. for amazing  ease and convenience.

“APX high power amplifiers aren’t heavy and they only take up two rack spaces,” said Jay Schlabs,  Executive Director, Alto Professional.” That being said, they’re ready  to deliver loads of pure, uncompromised power at every gig.”

About Alto Professional

Established  in 2000, Alto Professional was purchased in 2010 by Jack O’Donnell,  president and owner of Numark Industries. Alto Professional manufactures  a full line of world-class Live Performance Reinforcement equipment,  and as a result of the acquisition the brand is poised to reach an  ever-expanding audience.  For more information, visit www.altoprofessional.com

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