AtlasIED just released the DPA Series network mixer amplifiers. The DPA Series provides four output channel amplifiers with three models delivering up to 600-watts per channels. Each model can be used in two-channel 70.7V, four-channel 4Ω, or 3-channel 70.7V and 4Ω configurations making them incredibly flexible for a variety of installation types. AtlasIED says that internal digital signal processing allows each model to be customized to maximize its performance. The DSP software is embedded in the amplifier and is accessible via a web user interface. DSP adjustments include I/O routing, high and low pass filters, EQ, output level adjustment, delay and limiter. Additionally, input mute for both audio sense and contact closure, level control link assignments, and port assignment and output impedance can be configured in the software. Site manager software is available that allows network administrators to see all DPA amplifiers on the network for easy identification, set-up and troubleshooting if necessary.
There are three models, so far — the DPA602 is two by 300 watts, the DPA1202 is two by 600 watts and the DPA2402 is two by 1200 watts. All of the specs are here.