NXA Series Powered Digital Audio Manager

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NXA SERIES

NXA
is the name of a new series of “all-in-one” digital audio devices: a multichannel self-powered digital manager that stays halfway between the former NZA networkable amplifiers and a digital matrix. In some projects a remotely managed digital amplifier is necessary, but not enough to fulfill with the full list of requirements (sources mixing, input priority (talkover), FAULT monitoring, end user remote control, etc.).
Adding a digital matrix to the list can take it out of budget. This is where the NXA series fits perfectly: an amplifier-processor hybrid digital device, a complete audio solution with many remote control options and a long list of smart features.
 
Characteristics Principals:
6 available models:
- NXA4-80: 4 x 66 W RMS @ 4Ω
- NXA4-200: 4 x 107 W RMS @ 4Ω
NXA4-400: 4 x 330 W RMS @ 4Ω
- NXA4-700: 4 x 530 W RMS @ 4Ω  
- NXA6-80: 6 x 65 W RMS @ 4Ω
- NXA6-200: 6 x 163 W RMS @ 4Ω
 
Class D amplifiers (eco friendly)
Auto stand-by function (eco friendly)
100% silent, thanks to its fanless convection cooling system
Health self-test mode function, with FAULT RELAY (for an external redundancy system)
Integrated anti-clip system
Integrated DSP processor. Main features:
- Inputs mixer independent per channel (all inputs available)
- VOLUME, MUTE, SOLO, PHASE INVERSION, MAX. VOL limit and MIN.VOL limit, LP and HP Crossover filters, parametric EQ filters bank, Ducker, Delay, Compressor and more settings configurable per channel.
- Ethernet interface, compatible with EclerNet Manager platform and UCP remote control system
- TP-NET third-party remote control (compatible with CRESTRON®, AMX®, RTI®, VITY®, etc.)
 

Applications:
Live sound (wifi management is possible from a PC)
Centralized, distributed or hybrid fixed installation
Integration in installation global control systems
Big Public Address zoned systems
Installations requiring remote supervision, diagnostic and adjustment via Internet
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