Proel HPD3000 Power Amplifier
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | January 9, 2018
If you need some serious power, and you aren’t willing to compromise on quality, then you should really take some time to check out the Proel HPD3000 rack mount amplifier.
At a certain point, your all-in-one amplifier systems became obsolete. Maybe you had a small PA system with powered speakers, or maybe you just had the whole band run through the keyboards amplifier. If it hasn’t happened to you yet, it might still. So, you started looking for a new PA system, and that inevitably meant looking for a new power amp. And now, here you are.
Regardless of why you’re looking for a new power amplifier, Proel is a great option. They are made in Italy and are crafted with the legendary quality the world has come to expect.
The HPD3000 is a great choice if you need power, and aren’t willing to compromise on quality. At only 2RU, this rackmount amplifier won’t be taking up too much room in your flight case. Especially when you consider the power rating of 370W/Channel @ 8 Ohms Stereo. This would be a great option for schools, churches, live music venues or even touring bands looking for a product they can trust.
The Proel HPD3000 is more than just a one-trick pony. It uses a variety of modules that use Pulse Width Modulation that provides power and efficiency. The amp can operate in stereo, bridged, or parallel modes allowing the amp to be used for a wide range of applications.
If you would like some advice on what power amplifier you should be getting, feel free to get in touch. We will match you to one of our PA experts in your area, and they help you out.
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