ETAL Group is launching a Class D amplifier with a footprint less than a credit card at AES in Los Angeles (29 Sept – 1 Oct, Booth 332). The Anaview AMS and ALC Class D power amplifiers will be featured at the event.
The new ETAL Anaview ALA Class D amplifier is based on patented ETAL audio engineering and magnetics. With overall dimensions of just 68mm x 33mm x 18mm, the ETAL Anaview ALA series delivers 2 x 45 watts (RMS) into 6 ohms. It can be powered by a single voltage of 12-25V DC making it easy to integrate.
Stefan Ruuth, sales manager at ETAL, said, “In terms of size-performance, the ALA is unmatched, delivering amazingly clean and room-filling sound from a very small module. We see this exceptional module as a game-changer, opening the way to great-sounding and highly compact lifestyle electronics, networked audio and battery powered applications.”
Also prominent on the ETAL booth at AES will be the Anaview AMS series of Class D amplifier modules. The design of these amplifiers is subject to two separate patents, covering the correction of non-linearities. The technology offers wide 1st order bandwidths and 0.05% THD+N at rated power. The AMS modules feature auto ranging universal mains power supplies that comply with the EU standby power directive.
Also on the booth is the Anaview ALC Class D amplifier line from ETAL, with more than 2 million channels shipped over four years. This Class D amplifier family is offered in five different levels of power from 50W to 1000W per channel. All models feature Energy Star (
<1W) compliant standby supplies suitable for use with 110V or 240V mains.
Anaview Class D amplifiers can also be heard on the stands of Amphion (215) and Equator Audio (1107).