The APA Series – Adaptive Processing Amplification – are four channel Class D amplifiers with extensive processing, connectivity and control capabilities. The new power and DSP platforms have been designed to interact intelligently and adapt to prevailing conditions, protecting drivers, and significantly enhancing performance from all speaker systems.
XTA Electronics Ltd.
The Design House, Vale Business Park, Worcester Road
DY13 9BZ Stourport on Severn, Worcestershire
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Four channels of amplification, processing and real time monitoring at 96k.
Continuous monitoring of mains supply voltage and current with user adjustable max current draw,
Source matrix and mix selection allows unassigned internal DSP resources to process external signals to make them available on the audio network to all devices (Dante). For example - if an APA is assigned to subs, other unused DSP can process AES or spare analogue inputs and output these direct to the network.
Full colour LCD with user selectable metrics for reassuring monitoring of performance.
Multifunctional metering display with tri-colour modes for I/O signal monitors, gain reduction, and power output.
PFC regulated switching supply design with “quick wake-up” and “ultra low power” modes (<1.0W).
Class D amplifier design with 80% system efficiency ensuring greater power delivery from mains inlet to speaker outlets.
Flash memory for playback of emergency evac messages and data logging of all major events. Automatic periodic emailing of event log (via XTA APA Server).
User selectable alarm conditions may also trigger email events.
New remote software, mac and PC compatible.
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