M Series

Description

 The POPE Professional® introduces new class D amplifier technology offering smooth and responsive handling with massive power output while maintaining POPE Professional's famous sonic integrity. The POPE Professional M Series M-1.0, M-1.5 and M-2.5 are using SMPS technology, the resulting high power, lightweight units designed for professional touring sound applications.

The POPE Professional® M Series is a range of 4 channel, high output power amplifiers. The M Series has been designed to provide that, Powerful Pure Sonic Performance which is now so synonymous with the POPE Professional® brand name. With the introduction of the M Series POPE Professional® aim to deliver simple, pure and reliable power for applications where cost and ease of use are paramount without lose of integrity.

Sub Woofer L-8A

 

Features

• Very high power and channel density
• Class - D Technology
• Power Factor Correction (PFC)
• Four-channel flexibility
• XLR input and output connectors
• Self protection design
• Efficient cooling system
• Comprehensive protection
• Quint independent power supply

Application

• Stadium
• Places of worship
• Touring events
• Clubs and Discos
• Concerts and live performances
• Theatre and Auditorium

Power Output

Ratings (RMS @ 1% THD @ 230VAC)

Model M-1.0 M-1.5 M-2.5
Article No. #10008 #10009 #10010
Number of channels 4 4 4
Total output all channels driven 4000 W @ 4 ohms 6400 W @ 4 ohms 10000 W @ 4 ohms
Max. Output Power 4 ohms 8 ohms 4 ohms 8 ohms 4 ohms 8 ohms
Per channel watts 1000 W 600 W 1600 W 1100 W 2500 W 1500 W

Specifications

THD+N (typical) < 0.05 % (20 Hz - 20 kHz, 8 Ω load, 3 dB below rated power)
Signal To Noise-Ratio > 120 dB (A-weighted, 20 Hz - 20 kHz, 8 Ω load)
Frequency Response

20 Hz - 20 kHz ± 0.25 dB / 20 Hz - 20 kHz ± 0.15 dB (8 Ω load, 1 dB below rated power)

   
Output Circuitry Class D - full bandwith PWM modulator with ultra low distortion
Input impedance 15 kΩ balanced
Damping Factor > 2000 (8 Ω load, 1 kHz and below)
Gain and Level  
Amplifier gain selectable (Sensitivity) 0.7 / 1.0 / 1.44 Volt
   
Level adjustment (per ch.) Front-panel potentiometer
Connectors and Switches  
Input connectors (per ch.) Neutrik® 3-pin XLR, electronically balanced
Output connectors (per ch) Neutrik® 3-pin XLR, electronically balanced and Neutrik® 4 Pin Speakon®
Power on/off on front-panel switch
Cooling Four fans, front-to-rear airflow Two fans, front-to-rear airflow
Front-panel indicators  
Per channel Power / Output signal / Limit / Protect
Parallel 1 & 2, 3 & 4 Channels
Safety  
Protection Circuits Input limiter, short circuit protection, DC protection of output, under & over voltage protection, SOA protection, intelligent mains fuse protection, power stage overload protection, temperature protection of transformers and heat-sinks
Power
Type Universal & regulated switch mode power supply with Power Factor Correction (PFC)
Independent power supply Each channel
Fans & operating
Operating voltage Universal Mains, 85-265V AC
Mains Power Cord / Neutrik® powerCON
Dimensions (W x D x H) 483 mm x 560 mm x 88 mm 483 mm x 560 mm x 133 mm
Size 2 U 3 U 3 U
Net Weight 14.3 kg (31.5 lbs) 20.0 kg (44.0 lbs) 21.2 kg (46.7 lbs)
Gross Weight 18.1 kg (39.9 lbs) 24.1 kg (53.1 lbs) 25.2 kg (55.5 lbs)
Finish Black painted steel chassis with aluminum front panel

Note:
1) All specifications are typical values
2) The amplifier will be fully operational at 2 ohm loads, but due to physical constraints in the construction, this mode of operation is not recommended.
3) Power rating on typical loudspeaker load enabled by the XPCTM (Excessive Power Control) circuitry

Protection Systems

Clip Limiter: If the power amp is over driven and the limiter is set to on the clip detection triggers the Attack-Release-Circuit (ARC). The ARC delivers the control voltage for the gain reduction.

SOA Protection: Whenever the power transistors leave their Safe Operation Area (SOA), the SOA protection will either switch back the current rail of the respective channel or limit the maximum load current in the power transistors.

DC Protection: Each output of the power amp is constantly monitored for persistent DC voltage levels. If the 3 V thresholds are exceeded at any of the outputs, the corresponding channel will be muted. If DC was only applied for a short moment, the amplifier will release mute and work as normal. If DC is applied for longer periods or several short times the amplifier will switch to standby mode. Switch off the amplifier, wait until all indicator LEDs extinguish and switch the amplifier on again.

Over Current Protection: Over current is permanently controlled in the output stage. In case of excessive loading the maximum output current of the amplifiers is automatically limited. This improves reliability without degrading sound quality when driving complex loads. The main SMPS (Switched Mode Power Supply) transformer current of your M Series Amplifier is continuously monitored. If over current occurs the main SMPS immediately stops working. Should there be an internal failure this feature prevents other parts from being damaged.

Thermal Protection: There are sensors in each amplifier module in order to ascertain temperature data. If the temperature more than 85°C is detected at the heat sinks, the input signal on that channel is reduced proportionally to prevent further heating of the amplifier. If the temperature exceeds approximately 100 °C, the main SMPS is switched off (safety shut-off).

Mains Over Voltage Detection: Mains Over Voltage Detection is always operative. When the mains voltage exceeds approx. 268 V the amplifier will switch off. When the mains voltage returns to nominal value a soft start occurs.

Fuse Protection: The fuse protection circuit prevents amplifier shut-down (e.g. by a blown mains fuse or a triggered circuit breaker) during extremely hard use with all channels working at very high output power. Without intelligent mains current monitoring and control this could easily happen as the rated output power is several times higher than the capabilities of the standard mains supply. In order to prevent any shutdown in extreme situations the amplitude of the input signals will be reduced which will in return also reduce the mains current draw

Fans: The variable speed fans mounted in your M Series Amplifier operate permanently, but as long as the temperature remains below 40°C, they run at their slowest speed and can hardly be heard. The highest detected temperature from any amplifier channel controls the speed of the fans. Above 40°C the speed is increased until it reaches its maximum value.