The miniDSP PWR-ICE125 is a bridgeable 2 channel full range plate amplifier module with advanced customizable DSP controls. This flexible amplifier module is perfect for anything from active 2-way loudspeakers to mono subwoofers.
Powered by ICEpower and controlled by fully customizable DSP, the miniDSP PWR-ICE125 amplifier module is compatible with active 2-way speaker designs, mono high power subwoofers, or any 1 to 2 channel configuration you may need. On the power amplifier side, the ICEpower ASX2 modules are complete AC plug-to speaker amplification audio solutions offering flexible two-channel or bridgeable speaker drive. Their compact size, audiophile audio quality and high power output make them perfect for high-performing audio products. The amplifier is rated for up to 2 x 125W @ 4 ohms or 1 x 450W @ 4 ohms. On the processing side is miniDSP's innovative software and firmware allowing plug-and-play, real time control of the onboard DSP over Ethernet/WiFi networks. Using our Zero Conf technology, multiple modules are automatically discovered and controlled from a single user interface in real time. The PWR-ICE125 is fitted with both XLR analog balanced and RCA unbalanced inputs to provide maximum compatibility. A digital AES-EBU/SPDIF input combined with a sample rate converter saves on the A-D conversion for maximum performance while a digital output allows multiple plate amplifiers to be linked together.
What's in the box?
PWR-ICE125 datasheet PWR-ICE125 User manual ICEpower® 125ASX2 datasheet, Please Click HERE
To download User Manual, Please click Here.
Technical assistance and support provided by miniDSP
For warranty claim you need to send the product to the miniDSP Hong Kong office since they don't have service centers here in India and all expenses for that have to be incurred by the customer.
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The plate is not sealed or airtight. Mounting directly into a loudspeaker enclosure is not recommended. Instead, a separate sub-enclosure should be used.