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Shaking up the pro audio industry with innovative power amplifier designs has become Peavey's stock in trade. More than 30 years ago, they were the first to break the dollar-per-watt barrier. Not long after that, they became the first manufacturer to mass-produce a class-D amplifier for use in live audio applications. Peavey debuted their first switchmode power supply over a decade ago. Then in 2009 they launched the IPR series and one again Peavey revolutionized the power amp industry. Now introducing the refinement of that amazing technology with improved performance and reliability, the Peavey IPR2 Series.
Boasting a net weight of just over 7 lbs. on the lightest model, the ground breaking IPR2 Series utilizes an advanced design that allows Peavey's engineers to dramatically reduce weight while increasing output power, reliability and thermal efficiency. IPR2 Series amplifiers are designed with a resonant switch-mode power supply and a high-speed class-D topology that yields the highest audio resolution and efficiency available. And all at a cost that shatters the old-guard paradigm of power-amp valuation. This isn't about "dollars per watt." This is pennies per watt.
The revolutionary Peavey IPR2 DSP Series power amplifiers are the only power amps to integrate Waves MaxxBass technology, which uses psychoacoustics to create precise harmonic overtones that give the illusion of adding low frequencies to the mix. This technology allows sound engineers to dial more perceived low-end into a system without adding more power amps, processing or subwoofers.
The IPR-2 7500 boasts 3,750 watts RMS per channel at 2 ohms and is under 7kg. Featuring 2 channel independent fourth order Linkwitz-Riley crossovers, a variable-speed fan housed in a lightweight aluminum chassis, DDT speaker protection, and the revolutionary new IP-2 class D topology.Features: