Bogen's Nyquist networked Public Address Mixer/Amplifier (PAMA) series offers cost-effective performance for permanent installations and commercial sound and is designed to meet the rigorous requirements of today's sophisticated sound systems. Developed with the commercial sound contractor in mind, the PAMA series provides unparalleled flexibility and versatility without the need for add-on modules. It includes an embedded pro-audio DSP for extensive and comprehensive signal processing - allowing users to skillfully manage and mix multiple audio input channels. The resulting audio signal mix can be directed to the PAMA's speaker out or line out, or streamed over the Nyquist network where it can be used for audio distribution to one or more zones.
The Nyquist NQ-PAxxx are now capable of Standalone Operation that allows for use of these appliances for AoIP applications such as a SIP endpoint to act as a paging mixer/amplifier for an existing PBX/VoIP phone system, or a paging mixer/amplifier on an existing PBX/analog phone system. Additionally, the NQ-PAxxx audio power amplifiers to be used in standalone audio applications where a networked amplifier is desired for remote volume, mixing and DSP control from a web browser-enabled device.
When used in a Nyquist 7000 ecosystem, zone-based program audio selection and volume levels can be remotely adjusted using Nyquist's web-based Zone Volume and Audio Distribution Control, which has been specially designed for use with low-cost tablets
The PAMAs fit a wide range of commercial audio applications that require multi-zone paging and/or background music distribution at businesses, restaurants, retail stores, industrial facilities, and many other venues. These PAMAs are available in 120-, 240-, and 600-watt models, each with the same features to provide power and performance no matter how large or small the application. In addition to their extensive flexibility, the Nyquist networked PAMAs use the latest in Class D amplifier technology and provide unparalleled sonic quality, exceptional reliability, and reduced heat output for increased operating efficiency.