The FA503 2x500 +100 Watt FusionAmp is a DSP controlled three channel plate amplifier. It can be the basis of a powerful active two- or three-way speaker.
- Ncore based amplifier technology
- DSP controlled
- All-in-one Hypex Solution
- Neutral and transparent reproduction
Hypex FA500 2x500 +100 Watt FusionAmp
Due the combination of SMPS, DSP and Ncore based amplifiers packed in this plate amplifier, FusionAmp is one of the best amplification solutions available for active speaker designs. The integrated DSP provides great audio processing functionality. Thanks to the Ncore technology distortion (THD and IMD) over the full audio and power range is negligible. Distortion at listening levels (1W) is unmeasurable.
The FA500 has two 500 watt Ncore amplifiers which can also be bridged to form one powerful 1000 watt amplifier. The third channel is 100 watt Ncore tweeter channel. A variety of input options ensure compatibility with most source equipment. Hypex provides their HFD (Hypex Filter Design) software to design and configure filters for the FusionAmp. You can easily add functionality to the FusionAmp with the Fusion Remote Kit for remote controllability. Due to thermal regulation these FusionAmp's are not airtight.
To protect your valuable drivers, the DSP does not contain a filter out of the box. A filter needs to be configured and uploaded using Hypex Filter design (HFD) software before the FusionAmp will produce an output signal. You can download the HFD software here.
- 15 biquads per amplifier
- Three selectable presets for filters
- Source selection
- Signal detect
- Auto shutdown
- BTL capable
- Clip protect
- Thermal protect
- Filter protection
What’s in the box?
- FA500 FusioAmp
- A printed copy of the user guide
- Speaker connection cables
- EU (or UK) C13 Power cable
Curious about designing an active speaker with DSP using Hypex Fusion amplifiers? – Check out our blog post with a “step by step” guide!
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