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Web-based mini stereo amplifier
The AMP203 is a revolutionary small amplifier, featuring network input through Dante providing a complete media networking solution to distribute uncompressed audio via standard Ethernet networks with near-zero latency while allowing all other data to be connected on the same network.
It features various DSP functionalities, including Low-pass, Band-pass, and High-pass filters. All configurations can be made via RS485 and Ethernet.
The output connector has been implemented using a 4-pin terminal block connector, featuring an output power of 30W per channel and 60W when bridged.
Using PoE (Power over Ethernet) the amplifier receives both power and signal through a single networking cable, this way flexibility is maximized while needed cabling is kept at a minimum.
The compact convection-cooled enclosure eliminates any hum or buzz otherwise caused by a fan. Various optional mounting brackets are available making it ideal for mounting under a desk, in a closet, or on the wall, 19” rack mounting hardware is available as well.
|THD+N (@ 1 kHz) :||< 0.2%|
|Power :||PoE 802.3bt|
|Inputs Other Connector :||RJ45|
|Inputs Other Type :||1 x RS-485 + Differential audio|
|Inputs Other Type :||1 x Ethernet|
|Outputs Type :||1 x Stereo Loudspeaker|
|RMS Power @ 4 Ω Stereo :||2 x 30 W|
|RMS Power @ 8 Ω Stereo :||2 x 30 W|
|RMS Power @ 4 Ω Bridge :||1 x 60 W|
|Dimensions :||108 x 44 x 165 mm (W x H x D)|
TouchLink™ is an ingenious system that can be used for creating virtual zones by linking multiple TouchLink™ compatible devices with each other. In AUDAC Touch™ 2 you can select multiple devices or amplifier channels that should react to the user as one zone.
A typical application example is a large open area where multiple (compatible) amplifiers are used. When they are virtually linked, all devices or amplifier channels with the same TouchLink™ assigned zone will be following each other’s settings (including volume, input, muting, ...).
It means, if they are all installed throughout the same area, they all will be simultaneously operated by one single control (e.g. volume fader) from the AUDAC Touch™ 2 app. Additionally, a wall panel that is physically connected to one of the linked devices will automatically control all the linked devices.
A number shall be assigned as a TouchLink™ zone (e.g. 1, 2, 3, ...) and all devices with the identical TouchLink™ ID will virtually work as one zone.
The AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier is completely controllable through AUDAC Touch™ 2. AUDAC Touch™ is a complete but user-friendly app that allows easy zone control, volume management, and many more from one customizable dashboard.
*Compatible with AUDAC Touch™2.2.2 or newer.
The AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier is using PoE, ensuring the amplifier receives both its power as a signal through one single networking cable. This way flexibility is maximized while needed cabling is kept at a minimum.
The AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier is using extremely power-efficient technology, allowing it to be housed in a very compact enclosure. This ensures any hum or buzz caused by a fan can be easily eliminated.
Various mounting possibilities allow the AMP203 to be mounted under a desk, in a closet, on the wall, on top of a dropped ceiling, or to a 19" equipment rack. This makes the AMP203 the perfect solution for compact to medium-sized applications in corporate, hospitality, or retail environments.
The AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier features the brand new Touchlink™ technology. This ingenious system that can be used for creating virtual zones by linking multiple TouchLink™ compatible devices such as the AMP203 with each other.
With the help of the AMP203 Dante mini stereo amplifier in combination with the AUDAC Touch™ 2 app it is possible to create a decentralized multi-zone system. By simply connecting the AMP203 to the local network and connecting the loudspeakers, a new zone can be introduced to your system.
To control the AMP203 with Audac Touch 2.0, the system uses multicast UDP packets to communicate. Depending on your set-up this throughput speed can be limited on WiFi networks.
To solve this network limitation you can configure a multicast to unicast translation on your access point.
*Note: AUDAC operates a policy of continuous development. AUDAC reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described on this website without prior notice. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Please refer to the manufacturer's web page for the most up-to-date specifications and product details www.audac.eu For the most up-to-date Software and Firmware visit www.audac.eu.
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