ICEpower brings your next Class D amplifier solution to CES 2016
November 24, 2015

On January 6, the biggest consumer audio show, CES 2016, begins. Our meeting schedule is filling up so please contact one of our sales managers to book your meeting. Contact information is below.

At CES 2016, we will bring our most comprehensive line of Class D audio amplifiers yet, ranging from 25 to 1100 Watt and everything in between. We have listened to you, the audio manufacturers, and added every relevant function and feature to enable you to introduce highly competitive products at a strong price point. We are a part of the renowned audio tradition of Denmark and with that comes a responsibility. So we have also listened to and fine-tuned our products to ensure you the absolute best audio performance. Are you looking to develop active speakers, Hi-Fi amplifiers, sound bars or other powered applications we will find an ICEpower OEM amplifier solution for you.


Now available:

ICEpower700ASC2 – 2 x 700 Watt, audiophile audio quality, universal mains, standby functionality and several more features

Here is a quick overview of some of our Class D OEM amplifier series:

ASC Series: Full-featured amplifiers from 200 to 700 Watt with universal mains and ErP compliant standby. A range that is Hi-End worthy 
 
ASX Series: All the power you need for cost-focused products with less need for features. From 25 to 700 Watt 
 
ASP Series: Our most powerful series and a legend within Class D amplification. Up to 1100 Watt

ICEtheater7: A one-board 7-channel amplifier with audiophile audio quality thanks to our newest class D topology, DualLoop3
 
We really look forward to meeting you at CES and talk about your next project. We encourage you to book your meeting soon as we will have a busy schedule. You can find your contact person below to book a meeting.

Sales Manager Paul Meister, pam@icepower.dk
Sales Manager Niels Poulsen, npo@icepower.dk

See you at CES!

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