What is the meaning of reliability? Some might say that reliability is performing consistently well. If one of your amplifiers blows up in the middle of an important event affecting the quality of the show and client’s satisfaction that will not be in the parameters of performing consistently well. A sound system has to be designed to prevent blowing up. The brand is important, the specifications are important, and the decision to set up how much power the amp will be operating on is important too.
That is the reason why we choose Powersoft as one of the amplifiers that we choose for our sound systems. Powersoft has become one of the most popular brands for cruise ships. One of the reasons is because one of cruise ships’ most important problems is the inconsistent voltage. Many times 135 volts have been measured over a 110-volt outlet. The ability to deliver full power and frequency response in a wide range of voltage conditions is something that Powersoft is known for.
Ernie Greene, CEO of Sound of Authority and the Production Manager for the Fantastic Voyage Cruise said, “When you are on a ship out in the middle of an ocean, any problems that arise need to be solved on board. Powersoft amplifiers are extremely reliable and desirable on several levels. They run extremely efficiently so we never stress the available amperage on board of the ship.”
When using traditionally designed amplifiers they would burn up under slight voltage variations. These variations do not happen only on Cruise Ships, but they happen also in the continent. If you are on a cruise ship and there is an emergency, what would you prefer? For the emergency sound system to operate reliably and let you know that you have to jump into a lifeboat or to be on a cruise with a non reliable emergency sound system that will blow up at the slightest change?
When you have or manage a commercial venue what would you prefer? To host an important event and have your sound system blow up in the middle of a show or supervise the operation of the place in peace, knowing that you have a solid sound system, designed to perform continuously and designed to perform well.