Bose PowerMatch amplifiers are designed for fixed-installation sound reinforcement systems in the church market. They provide a range of configurable options with built-in DSP.
Available in four models, each with different channel and power capacities, product selection is simplified around channel count and total power. PowerMatch amplifiers offer flat frequency response and low distortion regardless of output level, resulting in low THD and wide dynamic range. This sound quality is achieved via a proprietary design that combines Class-D amplification with a dual feedback circuit that continuously monitors and controls both the current and voltage delivered to the loudspeakers.
Use of the Bose PeakBank power supply gives the PowerMatch line improved bass transient response and an output capacity well above that of conventional Class-D amplifiers.
QuadBridge output technology is able to drive low impedance loads, 70V/100V loads, or a combination of the two while allocating output power between all available output channels. All PowerMatch amplifiers can be configured using ControlSpace Designer software, a suite of system design and monitoring features that include a load sweep measurement tool, local and remote reporting of fault alarms, detailed metering and adjustment capabilities, and an energy-saving Auto-Standby/Auto-Wake function.
The PowerMatch line of amplifiers provide a comprehensive set of built-in features including an audio DSP, front panel interface with LCD for localized status indication and basic configuration, and a card slot for optional digital audio expansion.
All of these features and benefits combine to enable houses of worship to create performance-minded custom solutions.