Martin Audio MA2.0

Martin Audio MA2.0 Lightweight, High Performance Amplifier from£POA

The Martin Audio MA2.0 is one of the new range of MA Series amplifiers.

At 1U and 7.3kg (16lbs) this Martin Audio MA2.0 amplifier offers unparalleled performance in a compact, light weight, cost effective package. It delivers up to 1000 watts per channel (4 ohm) and provides the power and quality that will more than meet the requirements of small to medium sized applications such as stage monitors, installed and portable sound reinforcement.

With Clip Limiting, DC, VHF, Thermal and AC protection built in as standard, this new additions to the MA range of amplifiers will continue to supply peak performance and power over many years of service.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions, or would like to buy either a Martin Audio MA2.0 or any other product from the Electronics Range.

Features of the Martin Audio MA2.0

  • Advanced Class D Output Stage
  • Switch-mode power supply
  • Low inrush current
  • Built-in clip limiters
  • Variable speed cooling fan
  • Comprehensive front panel indicators
  • Fully protected circuitry
  • Compact, lightweight

Ideal applications for the MA2.0

  • Live sound reinforcement
  • Fixed installations

MA2.0 Technical Specifications

Click on the icon to download the Martin Audio MA2.0 product data sheet.

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