Danley Sound Labs, noted for producing high-quality professional loudspeakers and subwoofers, has just announced the introduction of power amplifier and digital signal processing products.
The new Danley DSLA amplifier is available in four output power configurations, the DSLA 1.7k, 3.3k, 4.5k, and 6.5k.
The model DSLA 6.5k delivers 6500-watts to a 4-ohm load in bridged mode or 2200-watts to two 4-ohm loads in dual-channel mode, and the other configurations follow a parallel name-to-output convention.
DSLA amplifiers are capable of driving a 2-ohm load and provide robust performance, both in terms of fidelity and reliability. Input and condition status monitoring is intuitive and comprehensive, and input and output connectors and protocols will easily integrate with any installation or touring system.
The Danley DSLP48 processor contains a wealth of DSP functionality, including parametric equalization, filtering, crossovers, compression, limiting, and delay, that is easy to deploy via intuitive design software.
Its 4-in x 8-out architecture and flexible internal routing fits the needs of installations and live sound rigs. Forty-bit internal floating DSP, musical algorithms, and faithful 24-bit input and output converters ensure that sound at the outputs is as good or better than the input signals.
Fully-integrated RS-232, USB, and Ethernet interfaces allow command and control from an external computer or a network.
“Danley loudspeakers offer exceptional performance at superb price points,” states Mike Hedden, president of Danley Sound Labs. “The industry as a whole has increased its value for price over the past ten years. We’ve partnered with high-quality amplifier and processor manufacturers to compliment our speakers in a way to offer more of the signal chain with a very high value-to-price ratio.”