Stealth Acoustics Shows Improved 255R Subwoofer Amplifier at ISE 2012
Mount Vernon, WA – Stealth Acoustics has taken its bestselling amplifier and given it a few new tweaks. The blue LED’s and meter ladder are now less bright (for in-view component stacking) and we’ve lightened the 2U form factor to make close-pack rack mounting a breeze. We left the rest alone, like the variable low pass filter (which can be bypassed for full-range amplification) and the phase switch, as well as keeping the 255R’s high-current output abilities and flexible IO connectivity. So, stack‘em, pack‘em and rack’em to build a cost-eff ective, reliable and very powerful amplification system (perfect for powering Stealth’s LR4 premium invisible speakers and Stealth’s B30 totally invisible subwoofers).
Sporting 350 watts of analog driven, high-current power at 4-ohms, and a variable low-pass filter, the 255R has a filter bypass switch to allow high-current full-range operation. Balanced XLR, unbalanced RCA and speaker-level inputs – all with matching pass-through output connectors – making integration into any system a breeze. Stealth will be using the 255R to power their B30 totally invisible subwoofers at ISE 2012 stand 5S110 – Hall 5 in Amsterdam