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Chevin Research

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  • Chevin Research
  • 41a Ilkley Road Otley West Yorkshire LS21 3LP England
  • Official website
  • sales@chevin-research.com
  • +43 (0) 5224 51398
  • +43 (0) 5224 51398

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Chevin Research manufactures or has manufactured the following equipment (click to expand models list):

Solid State Amplifiers
 

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Chevin Research web site (January 2004): Chevin Research Ltd. was established in 1989 with its headquarters in Otley, West Yorkshire. Initially the company designed equipment for the laboratory/scientific market, a sector in which it remains active.
During this period, the compact and lightweight Chevin power supply was developed and proven. In 1992, Chevin launched the range of lightweight and compact amplifiers. Designed specifically for the professional user, amplifiers offer outstanding sonic performance, build quality and reliability in a compact and lightweight package. Since then, Chevin Research has emerged as a global player in the Pro Audio marketplace. Chevin products are distributed worldwide, with over 90% of sales to export markets.

The range now comprises 16 models with power ratings ranging from 300 to 3000 watts per channel. The power-to-weight ratios are among the best in the business: 300 wpc stereo fit neatly into a 1U/9lbs chassis while power ratings from 450 to 1600 wpc stereo & quad are housed in a 2U/27.5lbs chassis. Even the 'Big End' of the range - total output powers of 6000+ watts - fit in 3U/30lbs and 4U/weighing just 50lbs. That said, sell on reliability and performance: the sonic performance is of such a standard that the amplifiers are as successful in studio monitoring applications as they are in fixed installation and on the road.

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