Constant Voltage Amplifiers

Constant voltage amplifiers are typically 100 volt, 70 volt, or the choice of both. Some of the more sophisticated models even have the choice of a low impedance (8 ohm) output. 100 volt amplifiers are usually the first choice for contractors and installers, as they can drive multiple speakers from a single amplifier, and can handle longer speaker cable runs without such a loss of performance, as can happen with low impedance amplifiers.

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