LAB.Gruppen FP 10000Q Used, Second hand

Used FP 10000Q 4ch Power Amplifier.

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1.07.358
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2,420.00 €

2,420.00 € per Piece

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FP 10000Q

The FP 10000Q is the flagship four-channel model in the FP+ Series. At the core of the FP 10000Q’s performance is the now proven technological milestone that is Lab.gruppen’s patented Class TD output stage, an amplifier topology that approaches the exceptional efficiency of Class D while retaining the sonic purity of proven Class B designs. Further contributing to the remarkable efficiency of the FP 10000Q is a Regulated Switch Mode Power Supply (R.SMPS), which gives the added benefit of stabilizing rail voltages to the output even with wide fluctuations of mains voltage. A highly refined and updated circuit layout optimizes the interaction of R.SMPS and Class TD to produce the extraordinary power density of the FP 10000Q.

Network control

The FP 10000Q is shipped with a NomadLink network interface as standard. In conjunction with DeviceControl PC software, NomadLink allows monitoring of all key amplifier parameters and remote control of power on/off, channel mutes, and channel solo functions.

NB. operation of NomadLink requires the NLB 60E NomadLink Bridge & Network Controller which must be purchased separately.

Proven ergonomics

View all key performance parameters at a glance – in real time – on the comprehensive front panel display. The FP+ provides the most complete and useful front panel indication on the market today. Bright, color-coded LEDs give clear status indication of all control activation, warnings and faults – without scrolling through menus. Conditions such as blown drivers, shorted lines, and over-temperature channels are easily recognizable. You won’t waste time trying to decipher a generic “trouble light.”

Around the back

The FP+ rear panel provides all the input and output connections you’ll need plus RJ45 in and out for NomadLink control and monitoring. With the DIP-switch matrix, you can assign a hard or soft attack to the limiter functions, set overall gain to one of seven different levels, bridge any pair of channels, and set the VPL for optimum output characteristics with the connected load. All in a matter of seconds while the amp is in the rack.

Under the hood

To achieve the extreme power-to-size ratio in the FP+ Series, Lab.gruppen engineers refined and upgraded two proprietary technologies: the regulated switch-mode power supply (R.SMPS) and the patented Class TD output stage. Both are incorporated in all four FP+ Series amplifiers. Working together, this new generation of proprietary circuits produces more power from a smaller package while at the same time maintaining Lab.gruppen’s peerless reputation for sonic excellence.

To ensure efficient, uniform cooling, the ultra-efficient Intercooler® uses thousands of tiny copper cooling fins to increase exposure of the heat sink to the cooling air flow. Twin variable-speed fans respond to temperature sensors, forcing air over the Intercooler fins in a front-to-rear flow. All output devices are mounted transverse to the airflow, so the cooling effect is uniform. There are no “end-of-tunnel” output transistors subject to greater warming and, consequently, possible premature failure.

Tech Spec Overview
  • Very high power and channel density – The four-channel FP10000Q delivers a total of 10000 W (4 x 2500 W 2 ohms) in only 2U
  • Four-channel flexibility – Adjacent channels bridgeable for 2- or 3-channel operation
  • Lab.gruppen sound quality – impeccable sonic performance standards with durability and greater efficiency
  • NomadLink network ready – Monitoring and control of key functions accessible via the intuitive DeviceControl software
  • Patented Class TD amplifier topology – Road-proven output stage delivers Class B audio quality with Class D efficiency
  • Regulated Switch Mode Power Supply (R.SMPS) – Output power remains constant even with significant drops in the mains voltage
  • Efficient cooling system - Unique, lightweight Intercoller copper cooling system dissipates more heat to allow extended peak output
  • Adjustable parameters - Selectable Gain, scalable Voltage Peak Limiter (VPL), and bridge-mode operation allow custom configuration for any application
  • Comprehensive protection and warning – Excessive output current, DC, high temperature, very high frequency (VHF), short circuit, open load, mains fuse protection, and soft start
  • XLR input connectors
  • Heavy-duty binding post or Speakon output connectors

Used LAB.Gruppen

Lab.gruppen designs and manufactures outstanding sound reinforcement products for the live/touring audio, performance audio and installation markets.
Our portfolio comprises advanced power amplifiers and powered loudspeaker management systems that are compact, lightweight, utterly reliable and sonically superior to the competition.Through continued research and persistent hard work,
Lab.gruppen strives to stay among the leading brands within the professional audio community. The company eschews diversification in order to focus completely on its core discipline – audio technology.

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