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Carver Digital HTA 5.1 Home Theater Amplifier

Modular New High-Efficiency HTA 5.1 Amp Boasts
200 Watts for Five or Seven Channels of Surround Sound

Carver Digital introduces the powerful new multichannel HTA 5.1 Home Theater Amplifier at the International Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas.

Designed for audiophiles, the HTA 5.1 is ideal for use in audio and Home Theater systems. It features a high-efficiency Class H power design and a high-current, high-speed modular configuration that minimizes power loss and allows cool operation. The amplifier is powerful, solidly constructed, and built for quality and reliability.

The amplifier can be configured for five channels and expanded to seven. In five-channel mode, it delivers 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms, 300 watts into 4 ohms, and 400 watts into 2 ohms, each with less than 0.15 percent THD. Power handling at the 2-ohm level is completely stable. At seven channels, the HTA 5.1 can deliver 200 watts per channel into 8 ohms. Frequency response for the amplifier is 20 Hz-20 kHz +/- 0.1 dB, or 10 Hz-100 KHz +/- 3dB. The signal-to-noise ratio is – 100dB, unweighted.

The amplifier’s True Card cage design accommodates up to seven mono block power modules that glide on Nylon rails, and feature low-noise toroid power transformers with high-speed rectifiers. Additional features include, transparent and integrated soft clip circuitry, soft start circuitry, a soft touch power switch for silent turn on/turn off, signal- and remote-sensing automatic turn-on. Premium quality aluminum capacitors insure high reliability and performance, and an ultra-quiet, module-mounted fan assures cool operation.

The amplifier’s LED displays include channel status indicators for Standby, Operate and Fault. Connections include both XLR (balanced) and RCA (unbalanced) inputs. The HTA 5.1’s rugged chassis occupies five rack units and features a milled aluminum faceplate;

Carver Digital’s HTA 5.1 Home Theater Amplifier will be available in the Spring of 2005 at a suggested price of $2,995.

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Phoenix Gold International, Inc., founded in 1985 and located in Portland, Oregon, designs, manufactures, and sells innovative high quality, high performance electronics, accessories and speakers to the audio market. The Company’s products are used in the car audio aftermarket, professional sound installations, and in custom audio/video and home theater applications. Products are sold under the brand names Phoenix Gold, Carver, Carver Digital, Carver Professional, and AudioSource.

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