New York (March 24, 2011)–Turbosound has released its 20000DP amplifier, a joint technical initiative with Lab.gruppen and Audinate, integrating Lake DSP and Lab.gruppen’s PLM Powered Loudspeaker Management system, along with and Audinate’s Dante networked audio distribution.
Based on the Lab.gruppen PLM 20000Q platform and featuring dedicated presets specifically designed by Turbosound’s live sound engineering team for use with Turbosound’s new Flashline concert touring loudspeaker system, the 20000DP provides four discrete output channels each reportedly rated at 4400 watts at 4 ohms.
The 20000DP also contains Lake Processor modules, each offering settings for gain, delay, standard and linear phase crossover slopes, equalization, and limiting. Turbosound’s Flashline and Flex Array preset libraries use the FIR capabilities of the processing, providing impulse response measurements and reproducing the source.
The integrated Dante networked audio distribution brings its developments in networking technology to concert sound reinforcement with audio distribution over Ethernet. To simplify network set-up and configuration Audinate has developed zero networking discovery in Dante, allowing all Dante-enabled devices on the network to automatically discover each other and configure themselves as soon as they are connected to the network.