The d&b amplifiers are designed to drive d&b loudspeakers. They are the beating heart of the d&b System reality, incorporating Digital Signal Processing (DSP) for comprehensive loudspeaker management, switchable filter functions, remote capabilities and user-definable controls, to meet the requirements of every task.
d&b loudspeakers are known for their constant directivity control down to low frequencies, sonic consistency and full bandwidth performance. The d&b ArrayCalc simulation software accurately predicts the performance of a d&b system. This software enables users to precisely foresee how d&b loudspeakers will interact with their environment. Amplifier settings can be stored as AmpPresets, ready to be recalled depending on application and performance requirements.
Familiarity, confidence and trust are key in any relationship. The d&b audiotechnik system integration principles, quality of construction, technology, and standard of service, deliver sound reinforcement systems for high quality speech and music reproduction in public places. The d&b system approach, including loudspeakers, amplifiers and software, ensures reliable, repeatable and recognizable results. For that reason, d&b audiotechnik sound reinforcement systems appear on professional riders worldwide. That’s why d&b is used globally in rental and installation markets for events, multimedia, musicals, concert halls, theatres, opera houses, broadcast and everything from the smallest conference room to the largest stadium.
The comprehensive DSP capabilities of the 10D and 30D ensures the amplifiers are prepared for the future. With advanced user-definable equalization and delay functionalities, they remove the need for external signal processors. Built on the same DSP platform as the d&b D20 and D80 amplifiers, these devices have additional processing capacity for firmware updates and even more new features.
The DSP platform has the power to optimize d&b line arrays using the ArrayProcessing function. This optional feature within ArrayCalc applies a combination of FIR and IIR filters to each loudspeaker in a line array, to control and optimize the spectral and spatial balance, achieving truly consistent results across the whole audience listening area.