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Batzdorf, Nick; Peterson, George; McJunkin, John; Pallanck, Laura
April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p124
The article discusses the latest sound engineering gizmos. These days, more studio monitor builders are turning to powered designs, yet there are plenty of great unpowered monitors available. For those models, a great power amplifier can make a huge difference in playback quality. Hot House Professional Audio has been building uncompromised amplifiers for the studio market since 1987, and its High-Resolution Control Room Amplifier Series is the latest in the company's legacy. At 280 watts/channel (into 4 ohms), the Model Six Hundred is positioned as the middle of the series, flanked by the Four Hundred and the One Thousand.


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