Vanco Now Shipping Beale Street Audio 1,000W Amplifiers
Vanco International LLC, an industry leader in AV distribution and electronic accessory products, announces they are now shipping the highly anticipated BAV4250 and BAV2500, two Beale Street Audio amplifiers that add diversity to the company’s broad selection of powerful electronics built for residential and commercial AV installations.
The BAV4250 is a 4-input, 4-channel amplifier with an output of 250 Watts per channel, and compatibility with 4-ohm, 8-ohm, 70-volt and 100-volt speaker systems. Featuring DSP processing and a Matrix mode that allows any source to be routed to any output, the BAV4250 gives integrators the capability to completely customize the audio performance and AV experience in any environment. Unique in the industry, and a major benefit to installers, the BAV4250 features IP control with a browser-based GUI for easy setup and control. Rack-mountable with accessories included, the BAV4250 can be installed in a rack and controlled from the front panel.
The BAV2500 offers all the same desirable features as the BAV4250, only it is a 2-input, 2-channel amplifier with double the power at 500 Watts per channel, making it an extremely powerful solution for stereo installations.
“We previewed the BAV4250 at InfoComm 2019 and the BAV2500 at CEDIA Expo 2019. Both models received a lot of attention from our distributors and dealers for their ease of use and flexibility,” said Vanco’s director of audio, Randy Blanchard. “It's a rarity to find amplifiers with so much technology packed into such a small chassis, especially at the accessible price points we are offering these new models for.”
Beale Street Audio’s BAV4250 and BAV2500 are now shipping. Interested distributors can contact Vanco International directly for pricing.
For product specifications and to learn more about Vanco International, visit the Vanco website: www.vanco1.com
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