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dBTechnologies announces that the first batch of DVA T12 line array modules is now shipping.

T12 comes with an active three-way design featuring neodymium speakers and a total of 1,450W output power. It weighs in at 29kg.

 

 

The digital amplifier at the heart of the T12 is the digipro G2TM. It comes with digital signal processing and A/D-D/A converters. It is designed to deliver a uniform 100-degree by 10-degree coverage pattern.

 

The cabinet features three 1-inch neodymium HF drivers, each with a 1.5-inch Mylar diaphragm. Two 6.5-inch neodymium woofers with front-loaded horn are placed close together (designed to maximize coherent coupling and response for midrange frequencies), while the 12-inch neodymium woofer reaches down to 60 Hz.

 

T12 is a powered unit, enabling sequentially configurable array segments. The onboard DSP offers a set of signal processing features including crossovers with steep slopes and all the EQ functions needed, the company says. It aligns phase and time, and provides digital peak, RMS and thermal limiters.

 

The T12’s DSP offers eight system presets that adapt the unit to its assigned task in the array. All presets may be selected using the rear-mounted rotary encoder or downloaded from a PC using RDnet software.

 

The T12 comes with a local data network (LDN) comprising a main CPU and four ancillary CPUs. Each microprocessor manages its assigned component, for example, the HF amp, processing temperature, voltage, current, impedance, input, output, and other data independently and continuously.

 

Visit dbtechnologies.com for more details.

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