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KME presents a new series of rackmount amplifiers with the DA428, a 4-channel unit with 700W each.


This 19"-2U device is equipped with cDSP features like matrix router, 6 fully parametric equalizers, two crossover networks, delay and dynamic processor per channel in the first instance.

All parameters as well as user navigation can be managed using a simple 5-key navigation pad together with 4 rotary encoders, according to KME. The user interface is completed by a graphic LCD display and 4 RGB LEDs informing about relevant operation parameters and state of the single channels.

Factory and user presets may be stored inside the unit, an SD-card reader is implemented and can be used to transfer preset and system information to other units. An preset editor software and various firmware add-ons are planned as well.

On the inputs side, there are 4 analogue connections as well as 2 digital ports accepting AES/EBU and SPDIF formats of 16 to 24 bit and 32 to 192 kHz sampling frequency.

The designers also implemented a module slot for future updates, i.e. connections to audio/control networks, standard- fitted with module RSNC equipped with a RS232 connector and a 'normally closed’ contact feature.

Global remote control is guaranteed using future firmware upgrade modules, but even the standard version contains simple remote features.

The DA428 is developed and made in Germany.

For more info, check out www.kme-sound.com.
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