Powersoft K10 Amplifier

Powersoft K10 £POA

Powersoft K10 AmplifiersThe Powersoft K10 really is not short of power. With its 12,000W from a single 1u rack space chassis, it is capable of driving sub-woofers and large-scale FOH systems equally well. Numerous touring sound reinforcement systems are built around racks exclusively utilizing Powersoft K10s for all frequency bands, benefiting greatly from maximum flexibility. Operation with 2Ω loads is not only safely possible but recommended, reducing the number of amplifiers required in a system.

In use worldwide by leading touring and event sound companies, Powersoft K Series is preferred among the top ranking system designers, sound engineers, and system techs on the road for making their lives easier, giving them reliable premier-grade power and headroom in the smallest possible package size.

Please call us at Old Barn Audio on 01892 752246 if you have any questions or would like to buy a Powersoft K10 amplifier or any other product from the K Series of the Powersoft Amplifiers.

  • 8Ω power per channel : 2000 W
  • 4Ω power per channel : 4000 W
  • 2Ω power per channel : 6000 W
  • Peak output voltage : 200 V
  • Number of Channels : 2

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Powersoft K10 Technical Specifications

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