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In its new DSA series, German amplifier specialist Dynacord is offering four new power amplifiers for the fixed installation sector The new models offer first-class performance, rock-solid components and technology, and wealth of options An RCM-810 module allows supervision and remote control of the DSA series via IRIS-Net The DSA series comprises four models: the DSA-8204 (2 x 450 W), the DSA-8206 (2 x 600 W), the DSA-8209 (2 x 900 W) and the DSA-8212 (2 x 1200 W). Designed for fixed installation, these new amplifiers are remarkable for their stable output power, very high efficiency, and superlative performance. A wealth of carefully considered details illustrates the concern of the developers to find the ideal response to the practical demands of day-to-day use. For this reason, the devices are equipped with Phoenix inputs and outputs, level controls on the rear panel, a switchable 50 Hz / 18 dB high-pass filter, and a ground lift switch. In addition to rock-solid components and technology, the DSA series offers ease-of-use and a wide range of options. The Power Remote for example, provides a convenient, remote activation of DSA power amplifiers, and all four models in the DSA series support the use of the RCM-810 module, which introduces magnificent new possibilities, such as integration with IRIS-Net, which allows for remote control (Configuration, Power On/Off, Power On Delay, Mute, and VLD) and supervision (Load supervision for each channel, Output VU, Protect, Limit, Pilot Tone, Temperature, and Gain/Sensitivity). A GPIO block also offers the additional advantage of two inputs and outputs for control, and two additional reference outputs (+5V, 200mA/GND). The four models in the DSA series:
DSA-82042 x 450W / 4 Ohms
DSA-82062 x 600W / 4 Ohms
DSA-82092 x 900W / 4 Ohms
DSA-82122 x 1200W / 4 Ohms
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