High-Power, Low-Noise Audio Amplifiers Offer Affordable, Dependable, Clean Power.

Cumberland, R.I. (Feb. 1, 2011) – Alto Professional, the pinnacle of live performance reinforcement, announce the APX2000 and APX3000, two new APX series high-powered audio amplifiers. Alto Professional will unveil the new 4-channel APX series amplifiers at booth #6J144 of the 2011 ISE Show from February 1-3, Amsterdam RAI, NL. The new amps supplement Alto Pro’s previously announced 2-channel APX amplifiers introduced at last month’s Winter NAMM show in the U.S.

The APX series of 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 plenty of 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, and level meter and clip indicators are provided for accurate performance monitoring.

The new APX2000 features a continuous 4 x 400 watts of Class D power at 4 ohms, 4 x 250 watts at 8 ohms or 2 x 1000 watts at 8 ohms bridged. The new APX3000 provides 4 x 550 watts of Class D power at 4 ohms, 4 x 350 watts at 8 ohms or 2 x 1500 watts at 8 ohms bridged. Both of these new amps weigh less than 18 pounds each.

Introduced in January, the APX1000 delivers digital power at 2 x 250 watts at 8 ohms or 2 x 400 watts at 4 ohms. The APX1500 provides 2 x 350 at 8 ohms, or 2 x 550 at 4 ohms. Both models weigh only 12.1 lbs for amazing ease and convenience whether used in an installation or portable application.

“These two new amps add 4-channel capability to the APX line, adding a degree of flexibility to an already powerful lineup of amps.” said Jonathan McCune, Product Manager, Alto Professional. “The APX line provides the greatest bang-for-buck when placed next to any other amplifier in its class.”

The APX1000 and APX1500 will be available in Q1 2011. The APX2000 and APX3000 will arrive in Q2 2011.