The little baby of the D12 and great replacement for EPACS the D6 is a hard working amplifier suited to a majority of D&B Loudspeaker systems. Perfect for that pair of Q’s a bunch of E series and even stage monitoring duties you will never be let down.
D6’s are NL4 with analog and digital input via XLR.
Our shelf stocks of D6 are single and dual racks however we are more than happy and able to build racks to your specifications. We will always program amplification prior to hire.
The d&b Audiotechnik D6 amplifier is a dual channel amplifier incorporating digital signal processors (DSP) to provide loudspeaker specific configurations and functions.
|D6 data (linear setting with subsonic filter)|
|Rated output power (THD+N < 0.1%)||2 x 350 W into 8 Ω, both channels are driven
2 x 600 W into 4 Ω, both channels are driven
|S/N ratio (unweighted, RMS)||> 110 dBr|
|INPUT/LINK ANALOG A/B||3 pin XLR female/male|
|INPUT/LINK DIGITAL AES/EBU||3 pin XLR female/male|
|Sampling rate||48 kHz / 96 kHz|
|OUT CHANNEL A/B||NL4|
|REMOTE||2 x RJ 45 parallel|
|SERVICE||USB Type B|
|D6 Digital Signal Processing|
|Sampling rate||96 kHz / 27 Bit ADC / 24 Bit DAC|
|Basic delay / latency analog input||0.3 ms|
|D6 Power supply|
|Autosensing switch mode power supply for||100/115/200/230V, 50 – 60 Hz|
|D6 Remote network|
|D6 Dimensions, weight|
|Height x width x depth||2 RU x 19″ x 353 mm / 13.9″|
|Weight||8 kg / 17.6 lb|
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