EV (Electro-Voice) introduced the new Precision Series DSP Controlled Amplifiers at this year's AES. Offering remote control and supervision of up to 250 amplifiers via one or multiple PCs, EV DSP Controlled Precision Amplifiers combine performance with remote control and system supervision capabilities.
Central supervision and control of all amplifiers and connected loudspeakers is achieved with state-of-the-art signal processing (filter, delay, level, dynamics). The new Precision Series DSP Controlled Amplifiers also provide display of the acoustical response of EV loudspeakers in real-time (RACE). Integration with life-safety systems and control of external equipment is seamless. For exceptional audio performance and extreme reliability, Precision Series DSP Controlled Amplifiers bring together remote control technology and supervision at the highest level.
Featuring a range of amplifiers for both high and low-impedance applications, the following models are available:
All Precision Series DSP Controlled Amplifiers include the RCM-24, the digital engine with more than 114 dB dynamic range. It offers remote control on all amplifier parameters, centralized system configuration, and preset and program change for different applications. It also allows control via one or multiple PCs with discretionary access control. The signal processing features 12 filters, 2 delays, compressor and limiter per channel. RACE processed presets for EV loudspeakers are also available. Offering total supervision, all amplifier operation modes are controlled and monitored. Automated action procedures on critical operation modes are programmable. Full-time supervision of loudspeaker lines for short-circuit and interrupt. EV's new DSP Controlled Amplifiers also feature full-frequency bandwidth measurement of loudspeaker.