Audio Design Associates was founded in 1977 to meet the need for a whole house distributed audio system. At that time Custom Installation was still light-years away. This early professional preoccupation with the issue has earned ADA experience advantage, which they hold to this day. ADA pioneered bi-directional serial controlled components and was one of the first providers of home theatre decoders for Dolby Digital and DTS.
ADA is a proud founder member of CEDIA (Custom Electronics Design & Installation Association).
Their technicians are mindful that their components are installed into your home. Therefore, high operational safety has absolute priority, ADA components have a well earned reputation for being ‘bulletproof’.
Naturally, they place high value on sound quality, since only good sound transports the emotional content of music and movie sound. A solution with ADA will always sound superior.
These development and production efforts do, of course, have their price, the selection of ADA, however, is a long-term investment that pays off.
When you choose ADA you are assured of uncompromising sound quality, durability and reliability.
The Versatility of the Swiss Army Knife
- 16 Channels Class-D High-Power @ 150W/Channel
- Parallel Mode – 14, 12, 10 or 8 Channel @ 300W/Channel
- Stable to 2 Ohms even in Parallel Mode
- Balanced & Unbalanced Audio Inputs
- RS-232 & Low Voltage Trigger Control
- A Single Power Amplifier That Does It All!
The SAK16x150 is the most advanced and flexible multi-channel power amplifier in history.
Providing an astonishing 150W/Ch, the SAK can be set to Parallel Mode for double the horsepower & current 300 W/Ch.
The SAK 16×150 amplifier can perform in a multitude of sound reinforcement scenarios:
- Multi-Room Power Amp
- 8 Zone – 16 Channel
- Audio Levels & Bussing
- Audio-Sensing Zone Triggers
- Source Bussing & Zone Levels
- Output: 36 Watts into 8 Ohms
- Perfect for Lode, Sonos etc
The PTM-1645-SNS is designed specifically to provide superior flexibility and vastly improved sound when using media servers like Sonos. Featuring ADA’s unique Audio Bussing circuitry, a single Sonos can drive four audio zones where each zone’s audio level can be adjusted so that as volume is raised and lowered, levels remain balanced.
In addition to having the flexibility to assign a single source to multiple zones, the PTM-1645-SNS also features audio-sensing turn-on triggers so that when a zone is off, the amplifier driving those speakers is also turned off. Providing world-class high-fidelity, the PTM-1645-SNS is the ideal analog mulit-room solution for today’s digital sources.
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