Inputs are taken from the DANI™ bus (Digital Audio Network Interface)
which is common to all DM Series components.
Each output can drive a variety of loads, including loudspeakers, long
cable runs and headphones. The BTL configuration allows two adjacent channels
to be wired in parallel on a common load to double the output power. The
amplifier is designed to run continuously (idle or with a load) without
heat buildup, making it ideal for permanent installations where prolonged
operation is required.
Class-D amplification is implemented with a late generation component
that provides exceptional efficiency, low heat, excellent audio performance
and is indestructible with wiring errors. Each output channel includes
a delay, nine filters, a compressor and limiter. Settings are stored in
memory with different 24 presets available for immediate recall of all
setup parameters. Presets can be recalled with serial commands or simple