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NAMM 2011: Yamaha announce new DSR series loudspeakers
Yamaha announce details of new DSR speakers including DSR112, DSR115, DSR215 and DSR118W at this years NAMM 2011.
The new Yamaha DSR Series active loudspeaker line delivers class-leading power, digital sound processing, plus the all-new D-CONTOUR multi-band dynamic processing.
Leading edge digital technological innovations incorporated into the DSR Series loudspeakers include Integral Digital Tuning, Intelligent Dynamic Control, Powerful Digital Drive and extensive DSP protection.
Digital crossover networks use high-order FIR (Finite Impulse Response) filters for linear phase response, which provides better sound quality than analog crossovers.
Intelligent Dynamic Control enhances sound quality with the D-CONTOUR multi-band dynamic processor that monitors output levels and varies the amount of boost in each frequency band, providing ideal balance of dynamic sound with consistent clarity at all volume levels.
Providing the highest level of power in their class, the Yamaha DSR speakers' powerful 1300-watt Class-D amplifiers get the most out of the DSR's lightweight cabinets.
Yamaha also developed the PFC (Power Factor Correction) switching mode power supply that helps the entire system achieve its full performance potential allowing for convection cooling, eliminating the need for fans.
In addition the speakers also employ high-power DSP and 24-bit discrete AD and DA converters that deliver superior signal-to-noise ratio and dynamic range.
Also providing extensive DSP protection, the new series offers 3-way fail-safe functions for the power supply, amplifier circuits and drivers.
In addition to the speaker line's premium, custom-designed transducers, the exterior finish offers military-grade durability.Posted on 7 Jan 2011 10:11 to category : Instruments News
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