Audio Logistics Audac Installation Amplifiers Updated

Audac’s hugely popular DPA amplifier range has been updated to become the new EPA range.

The DPA range of Class-D amplifiers were first released in 2011 and quickly became the go-to amp for many installers looking for great sounding, competitively priced, no nonsense amps.

The new EPA range keeps all of the previously-loved features of the DPA series (including; outstanding sound quality, high efficiency, convection cooling, advanced protection circuitry, lightweight design, single 19″ rackspace) and adds an automatic signal detection circuit to automatically switch the amplifier into standby mode when no audio signal is detected.
The result is an amplifier range which is Energy-Star certified with a standby power consumption of less than 1 Watt across all models.

EPA104 / EPA254
Quad-channel amplifiers containing four individually controllable channels capable of delivering a power of either 4 x 100 Watt (EPA104) or 4 x 250 Watt (EPA254). Each pair of outputs can be bridged, while an integrated (selectable) active crossover network applies high-pass and low-pass filters to the channels, creating a sub / top configuration for a stereo system with bass cabinet.

EPA104 Spec Sheet
EPA254 Spec sheet

Features at a glance
  • Energy-Star Certified
  • Standby Energy Saving Mode
  • Class-D
  • Lightweight
  • Convection Cooled
  • Advanced Protection Circuitry
  • High Efficiency
  • Stereo-Parallel-Bridge Mode
  • Internal X-Over Network
    (4-channel models only)