The Yamaha P3500S PA Power Amplifier is a great power amp for portable live sound applications and is capable of delivering an impressive 1180 watts output at 8 ohms bridged mono operation.
The Yamaha P3500S delivers a combination of high output power and efficient operation at an extremely competitive price. The P3500S features both XLR and 1/4 inch jack TRS inputs plus Neutrik Speakon, jack plug, and 5-way binding post outputs to make connections quick and easy.
Other features include Yamaha's exclusive EEEngine technology which delivers high performance with exceptional efficiency, sweepable high and low pass filters for optimizing output to any loudspeakers, compact and durable 2U chassis, and variable speed cooling fans. In an 8-ohm stereo application power output per channel on the P3500S is 390 watts.
The P-Series' industrial design delivers a refined and impressive look with deep blue faceplates bordered in silver trim, handles, and mounts. The chassis is specially designed to provide added durability and strength. Continuously variable-speed fans mounted internally on either side of the front panel offer quiet, efficient cooling. Comprehensive protection consists of power on/off muting, DC detection, thermal protection, current limiting, and a protective cover for the attenuators is also supplied.
The main features of the Yamaha P3500S include:
Great, Lightweight, Dependable PA Power Amp for Portable Live Sound Use
Continuous Power Output @ 1khz, 1% THD+N:
8-Ohm bridged: 1180 Watts
4-Ohm Stereo: 2 x 590 Watts
8-Ohm Stereo: 2 x 390 Watts
2-channel, parallel or bridged mono operating modes for flexible application
XLR and 1/4 inch jack TRS inputs
Neutrik Speakon, jack plug, and 5-way binding post outputs
Sweepable high and low pass filters for optimizing output to any loudspeakers
Professional SPEAKON and touch-proof binding post loudspeaker outputs enable secure operation
Balanced XLR and 1/4 inch jack TRS inputs
Continuously variable-speed fans
Power on/off muting, DC detection, thermal protection, current limiting, and a protective cover for the attenuators is also supplied