RX9d Power Amplifier

Tour series of professional high power amplifiers

  • RX9D
  • RX9D
  • RX9D
  • RX9D
  • Top class four channel DSP from DFM audio
  • Switched four analog inputs or  two AES inputs
  • Two Ethernet connectors for amplifier control, built-in router
  • LCD indicator in the front panel
  • Local control from the front panel
  • MUTE buttons
  • D class topology
  • Two separate switching power supplies
  • Forced cooling system with smooth fan speed adjustment
  • Easily removable dust filters
  • 2U height
  • Overload, alarm and limiter indicators (LEDs)
  • Detachable power cord(PowerCon)
  • Input and line output connectors – XLR
  • Output connectors – SpeakON
  • Thermal protection
  • Clip-limiter
  • High mains voltage protection(included 400 V mains)
  • DC output protection
  • High frequency speaker protection
  • Soft signal start
  • Short circuit protection
  • Microcontroller control and protection system in each of the amplifier channels
Output Power, 2Ω4 х 2500 W
Output Power, 2.7Ω4 х 2500 W
Output Power, 4Ω4 х 2200 W
Output Power, 8Ω4 x 1200 W
Peak output voltage 168 V
Frequency Responce20 Hz - 20 kHz
Total Harmonic Distortion0.02 % (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
Slew Rate60 V/µs
Damping Factor600 (1 kHz, 8 Ohms)
Crosstalk 60 dB (1 kHz)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (unweighted)97 dB
Gain35 dB
Input Impedance10 kOhms (balanced)
Power Requirements ~230 V, 50/60 Hz
Weight12 kg
Depth in Rack439 mm
Dimensions**482 х 96 х 442 mm
DSP FunctionsCrossovers, 20 PEQ per channel,
delay up to 1.5 sec/channel, RMS and Peak Limiters,
two banks of FIR filter (500 tap each) per channel, speaker library (96 speaker), 92 user presets
DSP ParametersSHARC DSP, 96kHz sampling rate / 40 bit floating point
ADC: 120dB SNR , -100dB THD/N +18dBU Input Level
DAC: 120dB SNR , -104dB THD/N +18dBU Output Level

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