Amplifiers are the focus for American electronics manufacturer B&K AV, which is at ISE to find global distribution partners for all territories.
Two amplifiers are currently available: the HTA 7.150 and the MRA 16.75+. Both models are designed by Morris Kessler.
The HTA 7.150 is described by B&K as a flagship Class AB design featuring 7×150 wpc. The sonic performance of the product is, according to the company, the culmination of 45 years’ experience and is claimed to be on a par with any amplifier near its price.
For the MRA 16.75+, B&K says it reimagined multi-room audio. Shunning conventional digital amplifiers, the company instead chose to design a Class AB unit delivering 1,500W total output at 8 ohms. It is, B&K claims, the world’s first residential power amplifier to offer different outputs. The MRA 16.75+ features 12 channels (six zones) at 75wpc and four channels (two zones) at 150wpc native with no bridging.
Future models will include a phone-sized integrated amp and a one-of-a-kind, modular soundbar, the company notes.
“Integrators looking for unique, reliable electronics and speaker solutions should look no further,” said Barry Wosk, president, B&K AV. “Our products have been developed specifically for the demands of today’s integrated systems.”