• Extron NetPA Ultra 4-channel Dante amplifier with DSP

    Extron has recently introduced their most powerful and flexible NetPA Ultra amplifier, the NetPA U 2002 SB with bridgeable outputs that can deliver two 200 watt channels into low impedance systems or one 400 watt channel into low or high impedance systems. It is an ENERGY STAR qualified, Dante-enabled audio power amplifier in a half rack, convection cooled, plenum rated enclosure that includes rack mount hardware. Onboard audio DSP includes a 6×6 mix matrix, filters, and dynamics. Four mic/line inputs and two line outputs can be utilized as Dante endpoints or as additional inputs to the onboard DSP. System monitoring via the Dante connection includes detailed amplifier status. The NetPA U 2002 SB features Extron’s patented highly efficient Class D amplifier design with CDRS – Class D Ripple Supression, and defeatable auto‑standby with fast wake up.

    “Customers have loved our NetPA Ultra amplifier line, but they were asking for more power and support for low and high impedance systems”, says Casey Hall, Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Marketing at Extron. “As our flagship Dante-enabled amplifier, the NetPA U 2002 SB offers an amazing amount of power in a half rack product and the flexibility to meet a wide variety of system requirements.”
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