Denon Debuts Six-Channel Mixer and 120-Watt Power Amp in DN-306XA

dn306xa_ortho_web_rgb-1216Denon Pro says it’s getting serious about fixed install. The new DN-306XA is a six-channel mixer with a built-in, single-channel 120W Class-D amplifier in one rack space. It features combo XLR/TRS input jacks with switchable MIC, LINE, and phantom power. In addition to the amplified output on Euroblock speaker connectors, two XLR line outputs are included. The speaker output options are 4 ohm or 70/100V line. Added features include mic one priority and a three-band equalizer on the output. The DN-306XA is compact, versatile and ready to solve any number of audio installation challenges.

The audio specs are:

  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: > 94dB
  • Max Line Output Level: +24dBu
  • Phantom Power: 48VDC
  • Maximum Voltage Gain: 60dB
  • Class-D Amplifier Output: 120W @ 4Ω or 70V/100V
  • Inputs: Six combo XLR/TRS

Mic Inputs:

  • Max Input Level: -20dBu
  • Sensitivity: -40dBu
  • Impedance: 1.4kΩ

Line Inputs:

  • Max Input Level: +24dBu
  • Impedance: 10kΩ

Here are all the specs.

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