DSP4YOU releases Ultra High Power Networked plate amplifier
(M2 PressWIRE Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) he PWR-DSP3 answers the needs for a high power yet high quality plate amplifier module. Third generation Class-D amplification, Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and the Audio Video Bridging (AVB) are just examples of the embedded technology of this breakthrough product.
With an impressive maximum rating of 2400W (ch1) and 700W (ch2&3), be sure to find no compromise on audio quality. Use it for studio/ Hifi systems or Pro-A/V applications and enjoy its passive cooling design with no fan. Enjoy silence, Enjoy music.
Last but not least, the optional Audio Video Bridging (AVB) allows streaming of multiple uncompressed, low latency and synchronized audio channels over Ethernet networks. Extended cable length, noise immunity and flexible routing are some of the many obvious advantages of AVB. With our live amplifier health monitoring (load, temperature, clip), live changes of the DSP settings and ZeroConf support, the PWR-DSP3 is a true Plug&Play device easily configured over Ethernet or Wifi networks: A setup summarized by three words: Plug, discover, control.
Visit http://www.dsp4you.com for more information about the PWR-DSP3.
Availability: Mid April 2011 DSP4YOU is a Hong Kong start-up company providing innovative network solutions for commercial A/V systems. Founded by a team of experienced Audio-Visual and I.T engineers, we bring to the industry a fresh approach to control systems and media streaming. DSP4YOU is a Hong Kong start-up company providing innovative network solutions for commercial A/V systems. Founded by a team of experienced Audio-Visual and I.T engineers, we bring to the industry a fresh approach to control systems and media streaming.
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