Funk Audio - Amplifier 2.4kW x2 M1
- Dual XLR inputs
- Dual mains voltage 115/230V
- Adjustable limiting
- Adjustable delay
- Adjustable levels
- High and low pass crossover, 10 slope options
- Parametric EQ, 5 filter types, 10 bands/ch
- USB interface to PC
- Black anodized Aluminum case
- Font display interface for DSP preset and level adjustments
- 20 Amp rated mains input, power cord, circuit breaker/power switch
- 10 foot heavy gauge detachable power cord
- Hand made by Funk Audio
- 17″ wide 12.5″ deep 4.5″ high, stackable
- 4 Ohms 4800 watts (2x2400) RMS 9600 watts peak power
- 8ohms 3600 watts (2x1800)
- 120Db dynamic range
- 0.01% THD at 3600 watts RMS output
- Damping factor >1000 8ohms, 1 kHz and below
Over current protection
- All amplifier channels are over current protected on outputs. Current clipping is engaged when the amplifier channels exceeds its specified peak current output1. This can be seen as the output voltage of the amplifier being clipped. If the current output of an amplifier channel exceeds its specified peak current output e.g in case of a short circuit of the output. In this case the amplifier will be disabled (Muted) for 1000ms and automatically restart.
- A built-in DC protection circuit will attenuate any DC signals on the amplifier outputs, either produced by an input signal containing a DC signal or by malfunction of the amplifier.
Over-/under voltage protection
- Power supply over- and under-voltage protection is implemented, which means that the power supply will enter a protection mode when the operational off-line voltage exceeds or drops below the specified upper and lower operational off-line AC voltages. Exceeding 265VAC for a longer period of time might damage the power supply permanently.
Mains fuse protection
- Protection of the mains fuse in the product is implemented such that the RMS current flowing from the AC mains connection, will never exceed the fuse breaking current.The Mains fuse protection also removes the risk of compromising safety in situations of overload.
Excessive power control (XPC)
- The internal amplifier powerstage overload protection ensures fast attenuation of signals in situations of amplifier overload. On real speaker applications power outputs are increased compared to resistive loads.
Temperature protection of powerstages, transformers and heatsinks can be used in two different configurations:
- Thermal limiter “ON”: Limiting is engaged after the powerstage, transformer or heatsink temperature has reached it's specified thermal limiting temperatures.After limiting is engaged, the amplifier will find it's thermal equilibrium.
- Thermal limiter “OFF”: The amplifier disables (Mutes) for a period of time and automatically restarts , after the powerstage, transformer or heatsink temperature have reached the specified thermal start-up temperature.
- This function is designed as a special feature for installation purposes. When the amplifier is put into Sleep Mode, major circuitry parts are powered down, which leads to the low AC mains power input specification of only a few watt. The +7V supply rail is still active, which enables a possible network/DSP to remotely power up the amplifier again
Funk Audio Amplifier - 2.4kw X2 M1
Post 1, 15 (Pictures on Post 1)
“Here's what I was hoping to achieve going with the Funk Amp: 1. Eliminate the fan noise 2. Put a nicer looking component on the rack vs the QSC (stupid reason for some, but it is my family room!) 3. Gain some space on the rack by eliminating the QSC 5050 and DCX 2496 combo All 3 were achieved, and I've sold the QSC and DCX so I'm happy. As for SQ, impossible for me to say I prefer the sound of one over the other. Pretty much the same in my opinion, except the noise floor (due to the fan noise) is heads and tails better on the Funk amp, so in fact from that perspective, the SQ is considerably better. As for the Integra vs Marantz, honestly can't say I notice much if any difference in SQ. Aud XT32 compared to Aud MultiXT hasn't made any noticeable improvement in my room, which is why I had originally upgraded (numerous posts by individuals commenting on a "huge" improvement when they went to XT32, so I was curious). I didn't listen to music enough on the Marantz to say whether the Integra is an upgrade, but I am looking forward to being able to have Audyssey applied to 2.1 Channel stereo listening, which IIRC the Integra does while the Marantz doesn't.”