DALLAS, Texas (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Roemtech(TM), LLC has announced the availability of their new Plenum Classroom Amplifier, model PlenumAmp PMA-245. It is designed and approved for above ceiling installations allowing end users to have a more powerful amplifier system that is easily concealed. Commercial and educational environments with data projectors need an amplifier that provides clear, powerful sound without taking up excess room. This product fills that need without sacrificing power or clarity.

The PlenumAmp PMA-245 is a compact, 18 volt, 45 watt, plenum rated amplifier/mixer. Accepting both RCA and 3.5mm stereo inputs, it provides excellent flexibility and is equipped with independent mixer volume controls for each source. Built-in noise filtration circuitry ensures clear, crisp audio performance.

Due to the plenum rating, it is ideal for classroom and business applications where space is an issue. In addition, the 5.43-inch width x 1.65-inch height x 4.80-inch deep chassis is uniquely designed with a heat-sink to provide effective heat-dissipation. In situations that require racks, its dimensions allow for three amplifiers to fit in one standard rack space.

CEO and President, D. Thomas Emlinger states, “The PMA-245 distributes high-quality audio at a great price without compromising performance. It is very linear and has exceptional bass response which is unique in our industry for compact amplifiers.”

The PlenumAmp PMA-245 is only available through authorized Roemtech(TM) audio-visual dealers. MSRP: $199.95, including three-year warranty and 60 Watt power supply.

About Roemtech:

The Company is owned by D. Thomas Emlinger. He and his associates have spent seven years researching, developing and testing the PlenumAmp line. They currently have thousands of plenum classroom amplifier units successfully installed and future products under development.

For additional information on the PMA-245 visit or contact James Belsher at (972) 434-2582.

News Source: Roemtech, LLC

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