• Bluestream launches NPA70DA 70W Dante enabled amplifier

    Blustream has launched the NPA70DA, a Dante-networked power amplifier offering 2 channels x 35W (1 x 70W mono) or 70/100-volt constant voltage output power that’s designed for commercial and residential AV installations.

    It’s the second Dante-enabled amplifier from the company following the NPA100DA that was released in May. “Whether integrators are working in the corporate market or completing a home audio project, distributing audio over a Dante-managed network is often becoming the best fit for design, budget, and performance expectations,” says Bluestram general manager Martyn Shirley. “The NPA70DA and NPA100DA can be used to overcome a number of challenges presented in remote installations.”

    The NPA70DA can be powered via PoE++ from a compatible network switch or locally should the switch not support PoE++. The unit also includes the ability to lower the amplifier power output subject to PoE capabilities, support for combined or independent LAN and Dante connections, DSP with a 31 band EQ, audio delay for lip sync correction, and control via front panel, IR, RS-232, TCP/IP, web-GUI or 12V trigger.
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