QSC launches SPA-Q Series Network Amplifiers at InfoComm

InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas sees the launch of a long awaited new addition to the QSC network amplifier family, the QSC Q-SYS SPA-Q series, suitable for smaller spaces. Available in 2-channel and 4-channel models, the series offers rightsized amplification for a variety of room types and provides multiple I/O options for unmatched room customisation.

The SPA-Q Series joins a host of other Q-SYS products (including the QIO Series network I/O expanders and Q-SYS Feature and Scaling licenses) that pair perfectly with smaller Q-SYS Cores (such as the Q-SYS Core Nano), allowing you to decouple the I/O from the processor for an unmatched degree of customization and scalability.

The convection-cooled Q-SYS SPA-Q 100-2f (two channel x 60 W) and Q-SYS SPA-Q 200-4f (four channel x 60 W) amplifiers provide bidirectional GPIO for control and two onboard software-definable flex channels (either mic/line inputs or line outputs), giving integrators the greatest amount of flexibility for I/O and control at the periphery of the system.

Ideal for smaller spaces, both models are half-rack, 1RU and deliver clean sound and performance without overpowering the space. In addition, they include hardware for multiple mounting options allowing for flexible placement.

If you are at InfoComm, please pass by the QSC booth to view. If you are unable to make, it, you can register for a Virtual All Access Pass to access the video interview with product manager Dan Saenz introducing the SPA-Qf. This will be one of several videos that are part of the InfoComm Virtual All Access Pass.

Key Features:

  • Two output channel models at 60 W per channel
  • Two onboard software-definable flex channels (as mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power, or as line-level outputs)
  • Four bi-directional GPIO connections
  • Discrete half-rack, 1RU footprint and included mounting hardware
  • Network operability enables close proximity installation to connected loudspeakers and other in-room endpoints