VRACK amplifier management

VRACK amplifier management

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The VRACK is a new amplifier management rack system solution developed by Crown featuring three built-in Crown I-Tech 12000HD amplifiers

The VRACK is a new amplifier management rack system solution developed by Crown featuring three built-in Crown I-Tech 12000HD amplifiers providing a scalable, plug-and-play solution that eliminates the need to build amplifier racks. It features a flexible input panel with AES, analogue and network inputs in addition to rear rack lighting for multiple connection options and a globally universal power distribution system. An integrated suspension system allows the rack to be flown in the same manner as a line array system. Advanced features of VRACK include a built-in network and AES failover for protection of the speakers in case of power loss. Harman HiQnet System Architect provides control though monitoring and adjustment on a rack-by-rack basis and the ability to make changes to all three amplifiers through a single interface. The I-Tech HD amplifiers included with the VRACK feature a DSP engine and Linear Phase FIR filters. Weighing approximately 74kg, VRACK ships fully assembled, tested and ready to work out of the box.

 

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