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PAM245 240W High Power Class D Multi-Channel Commercial 70 Volt Amplifier w/ IR Remote

Product code: PAM-245

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Features & Specifications

We have taken our customers’ input and created the perfect amplifier for almost any application. In addition to the great features you’ve come to expect in a OSD Audio amplifier, the PA series has ample inputs, an included IR-remote control, an RS232 input for integration with control systems, front panel locking capability, and includes all rack-mounting hardware. With a stylish appearance and all these additional features at a price similar to previous generation amplifiers, the PA series is sure to become your go-to amplifier.



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2 Questions & 2 Answers
from New York asked:
September 24, 2016
What 70 Volts Amp. do I need to run 20 70 Volts Speakers?
1 Answers
Hi Nick: We have three 70 Volt Amp/Pre-amp/Mixers... The PA 270; 240 watts, PA 150; 120 Watts and PA 90 is 60 watts. To calculate the wattage you are looking for you multiple the speakers by the tap setting you select on the speakers. 20 speakers x 10 watts = 200 watts + 20% (200 x 20% = 40) = 240 watts. This is a link to a handy calculator: The PA 270 would work perfect for these 20 speakers set to 10 watts. Note you do not need to set all speakers at the same value. You could set 4 of the speakers to 15 watts (to play louder in comparison to those set at 10 watts) and set 4 others to 5 watts to balance out the system. These will at a lower level compared to the 10 watt and of course the 15 watt speakers. The rule of thumb is the total wattage of the speakers should be a maximum of 80% of the available wattage from the amplifier. You can also daisy chain our PA series amp/mixers for higher total power. So the PA 270 work for you at with each speaker set at 10 watts. The PA 150 would work for your 20 speakers at 5 watt power tap per each. Also checkout our 70V MVC Mono 70 Watt Volume controls (100, 50 and 25 Watt) with unique Pass through capability for daisy chain installation. TL/4077
Customer Service - Q&A
on September 27, 2016

Garry Nelson
from Pilot Mountain, NC asked:
June 15, 2014
What 70V amp do I need to run 6 70V 75W Speakers?
1 Answers
Hi Garry, You would need the PA270 at the very least. Are the speakers limited to a minimum wattage tap of 75? BM 2753
Customer Service - Q&A
on June 16, 2014

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