MC2 Audio has launched six models in a new Delta Series of networkable audio processing power amplifiers. Incorporating XTA’s 96kHz DSP, MC2 Audio says the line are DSP-enabled and have three input options: analog, AES3 and Audinate’s Dante networked audio. The units have four inputs and eight outputs and four of the outputs driving the internal power amplifier channels and four available via analog XLR outputs on the back panel. The AUX outputs can be used to drive additional non-DSP Delta amplifiers and can also be made available as outputs to a Dante network. DSP enabled models offer Ethernet, USB and RS485 remote connectivity. Remote control is via their DeltaDirect iPad app and via the industry standard AudioCore platform.
In addition, there are four non-DSP versions that all have Dante networking (a four channel 96kHz Dante input card) allowing the amplifier input sources to be switched between analog and Dante audio. This option adds flexibility, allowing non-DSP Delta amplifiers to be incorporated into any centrally processed Dante audio network where the amplifiers do not require local processing.